Recycling Update January 2020 from Miss Spence
School Council and I have been very busy collecting and sending off your recycling! Thank you to everyone who has continued to support us by bringing in their recycling. Just a few reminders, unfortunately, we can’t take any of the following items:
All the boxes are clearly labelled by the office with what is accepted on each scheme if you are unsure, as well as on the school website.
Each scheme has upped the weight of each box that we can send off. Some as much as by 8kg and we are in desperate need of large enough boxes to fill and send off. So if you have any very LARGE boxes please could you bring them in to the office or to Seals (Miss Spence’s classroom).
Here is the most recent update of our recycling projects (which have been sent off and processed by Terracylce):
Snack packets – 7,067 units
Beauty products – 132 units
Oral care products – 587 units
Biscuit, cake and cracker wrappers – 1,741 units
Confectionery packaging – 2,300 units
As you can see, we have saved a huge amount of waste from ending up in landfill and hope we can continue to grow this number.
Finally, we have a shed! Hooray! We are now in need of a base to be able to put it up if any one is able to help us by providing a concrete base please let Ms Berry, the office or Miss Spence know.
Thanks for your continued support,