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Household recycling centres will reopen across Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin from tomorrow – but with strict rules in place to ensure the safety of the public and staff.
Telford and Wrekin residents recycled 496 tonnes of food waste in September, generating enough energy to boil 1.98 million kettles.
Residents in Telford and Wrekin have embraced a new food waste service, with more than 55 tonnes collected in just three days.
Volunteers at the Shrewsbury Food Hub have received a grant which has enabled them to purchase chiller boxes to store surplus cold food.
Telford and Wrekin is now a greener place to live, as non-recyclable household waste no longer goes to landfill.
Charities across Shropshire have benefitted from a share of a £6,000 pot of money from Veolia thanks to the county’s keen recyclers.
Over 270 children celebrated World Book Day with a story session delivered by Telford & Wrekin Council’s recycling contractor Veolia.
With work underway to build a new TV Recycling Facility in Bridgnorth, Veolia is looking for local people to join its team as operatives.
The county’s waste management company Veolia has donated 50 bags of Pro-grow soil conditioner and compost, products to Severn Hospice.