New recycling initiative for Wilts Air AmbulanceKaren Reed
Staff and students at St John’s Marlborough are being encouraged to recycle used crisp and sweet packets in an initiative that will raise money for Wiltshire Air Ambulance.
New recycling bins have been installed in the atrium and in the sixth form corridor where crisp and popcorn packets, plus confectionary packaging including chocolate bar wrappers and plastic sweet packaging, can be collected. The recyclable waste is then passed to Terracycle, who pay Wiltshire Air Ambulance for what they collect. The initiative has been set up by St John’s sustainability group S.E.A.; Schools for Environmental Action, to collect materials which are more difficult to recycle, and not currently recycled by Wiltshire council.
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