Council urges greater effort ahead of Recycling Week

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Moray Council urging householders to increase their recycling efforts.

ALREADY WITH ONE of the highest percentages of recycled waste in Scotland, Moray Council are urging householders to renew their efforts ahead of National Recycle Week.

Throughout next week staff from the waste management team will be out and about urging people to keep up the good work that has seen the region gain an excellent recycling record.

Staff are set to descend on the Tesco stores in both Elgin and Keith and at the Chanonry recycling centre on Monday. On Tuesday, they will be at Asda in Elgin and again at Chanonry.

On Wednesday the team will be at the Buckie Tesco and St Giles Centre in Elgin as well as Lossiemouth and Hopeman, while on Thursday they will head for Forres before rounding the week off in Dufftown and Keith on Friday (September 16).

Next week is National Recycle Week 2016 and people in Moray are being urged to do even more to improve the area’s already excellent record on recycling.

During the week staff from the council’s waste management team will be out and about in local neighbourhoods and supermarkets spreading the word, so look out for them.

They will be at the Tesco stores in Elgin and Keith and the Chanonry recycling centre on Monday and, on Tuesday, at Asda in Elgin, as well as Chanonry. Wednesday will see them at Buckie Tesco and the St Giles Centre in Elgin and they will also be in Lossiemouth and Hopeman.

On Thursday they will spend the day in Forres before rounding off the week at Dufftown and Keith on Friday – so don’t let a good thing go to waste.

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