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National Recycling Week starts today

12 September 2016

The 13th National Recycling Week starts today and runs until next Sunday, 18 September.

Created to encourage higher levels of recycling in all areas, the event is run by Recycle Now.

This year's event has the theme of The Usual Suspects, with more information available from the organisation's website.

A competition is also being run by Recycle Now to further increase levels of engagement, with winners offered the choice of an iPad of Joseph Joseph recycle bin.

Additional activity is also planned within the organisation's social media channels throughout the week, with further downloadable resources added to its website in the future.

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