@quiffboy @OneTrafford @TraffordCouncil @Ameyplc @GroundworkMSSTT @BloominStretty @UrmstonInBloom @AltyinBloom @DavyhulmeOf @HullardPark @OakrdFriends @loveoldtrafford Hi Barry, If you live in Trafford, you can call Trafford Council on 03330 035865 to place your order. You can also pick up a roll from any Trafford Council Library. Thanks 😀
#DYK If everyone in Greater Manchester recycled one more food can, it would save enough energy to power a hospital for 1 year and 11 months! #RecyclingFacts #RecycleMore #WednesdayWisdom pic.twitter.com/RInz5TK01F
Moving home and want to win £125? Give us your views on how you want to get information on recycling when moving home. To take part, visit buff.ly/2FFs05D @MELResearch @WRAP_UK pic.twitter.com/3RYeCZEkxP
@LaurenFarrell21 @StockportMBC Hi Lauren, if your books are in reusable condition, you could give them to charity. Or you could donate them for reuse in the media banks at your local Recycling Centre. If your books are beyond reuse, yes you can put them in your paper and card bin at home 😀
#RecycleRight in your mixed recycling bin. With plastics, remember the golden rule: If it's bottle-shaped, you can recycle it. Plastic bags and packaging such as pots, trays and tubs all belong in your general waste bin. Find out why here: recycleforgreatermanchester.c… pic.twitter.com/gTfO4gcFTB
@redbricksonline @CllrNigel Hi, the environmental agency set very strict emissions limits which are closely monitored. The filtering technology, including a double dry flue gas treatment system, treats emissions to the highest standards, ensuring full compliance with EU and local air quality requirements.
Plastic tubs are great for storing your leftovers and lunch. Once they are beyond #Reuse, put them in your general waste bin for energy recovery #RecycleRight #TuesdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/bJTpKGNJ19