Recycling that makes a difference

By David Banks | 22 January 2019

Waste Collection is probably one of the most high profile and valuable services that Councils deliver. However, how can we make it even more valued by our local communities and help to support some of the most vulnerable in our society?

Here at Rushcliffe we are always looking at ways in which our services can offer added value and our successful campaign with a local homeless charity the Friary sees residents leave out bags of non-perishable food and clothes for vulnerable people once a year, at the same time they place their wheeled bin out for collection.

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Waste Homelessness Communities Recycling