Plastic recycling campaign

Marj Prendergast, Waste Recycling Services officer, Karen Broderick, Waste Support Services Manager and Clair Moore,Education and Communication Officer, pictured at Epworth Market Place informing people of the changes coming into force regarding the Burgandy Bins. Picture: Marie Caley NEPB 09-09-14 Pledge 4 Plastics MC 2

Marj Prendergast, Waste Recycling Services officer, Karen Broderick, Waste Support Services Manager and Clair Moore,Education and Communication Officer, pictured at Epworth Market Place informing people of the changes coming into force regarding the Burgandy Bins. Picture: Marie Caley NEPB 09-09-14 Pledge 4 Plastics MC 2

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North Lincolnshire Council has got behind a National Plastics Promotion campaign ‘Pledge 4 Plastics’ to try and increase the amount of plastic packaging which is recycled.

The campaign, which recently visited Epworth Market Place, is being led by plastics recycling body Recoup, who aim to make the public more aware of house collection services which will hopefully increase the amount of plastic recycled.

The campaign is helping the council promote its new recycling initiatives, where from September 29; residents can recycle items such as juice cartons and bottle tops, previously not allowed in burgundy bins.