Recycle for London’s “Just one thing” campaign

Recycle for London’s “Just one thing” campaign was launched this week and is marked by a refreshed website – www.recycleforlondon.com – offering advice for residents and visitors to the capital on what they can and cannot recycle in their postcode area, a

 

Recycle for London’s “Just one thing” campaign was launched this week and is marked by a refreshed website – http://www.recycleforlondon.com/ – offering advice for residents and visitors to the capital on what they can and cannot recycle in their postcode area, as well as helpful tips and suggestions on how to reduce waste and re-use more. Recycle for London is delivered by Resource London, a partnership between the London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) and WRAP.  

A survey coinciding with the launch found that:

  • 65% of all Londoners wish they recycled more
  • 18-34 year olds key to helping the city go greener, with 76% of those surveyed wanting to do more
  • 1 in 10 of those surveyed admit to exaggerating how much they recycle when talking to other people to make themselves look better
  • Two thirds of Londoners saying they would feel more pride in the city if we all did more to be environmentally friendly

“Just one more thing” focusses on the various items around the house that can be included for recycling, but often aren’t, such as plastic shampoo bottles and yoghurt pots. 

In Wandsworth, doing “Just one more thing” could also include:

 

 

Winning £5,000 in a recycling prize draw if you complete a Golden Ticket when you recycle! 
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