Recycling news from March 2017 – Including competition update!

Recycling news from March 2017

March has been another busy month at Empties Please, thank you for returning all your recycle bins.

Collectively you have raised £939.90 for your good causes, a fantastic amount being put to very good use we’re sure.

Our top recycler for the month is 1st Darnhall Scout Group raising £81.50! Well done and keep up the great fundraising!

We are now 1 month into our competition and we’ve had a great response so far. Don’t forget you can send as many full recycle bins to us as you like, we’ll add the amounts together to give you a grand total at the end of the competition. The closing date is the 28th April so be sure to get your bins returned before this date to be sure of entry. Our top prize is a Canon Pixma MG2550s MFC printer with some great runner-up prizes too!

Our current top 3 are …

  • 1st Darnhall Scout Group £81.50
  • St Johns Church £80.20
  • Kendrick School £78.65

But there is still plenty of time to enter and take the top spot!

We have also recently updated our ‘Green Rewards’ list so if you would like a new copy, click here – 6 Green Rewards 2017 To find out your current ‘Green Points’ total simply check your latest certificate from Empties Please or just drop us an email – and we’ll let you know.

With lots of new accounts signed up this month we’d also like to say a huge welcome on board! We hope you’ll make your recycling a great success and raise plenty of money for your chosen good causes.

Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation update –

Last month our Roy Castle recyclers raised £59.20 for our nominated charity. We’d like to thank all our business recyclers that have chosen to recycle for them and help raise money for this fantastic charity and the great work they do in the battle against lung cancer.

For more information on recycling for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation visit their dedicated page on our website –

Look out for the results of out competition at the end of this month too!







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