Community Waste as Community Resource

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1) Take care of your plastic waste, and if you can't reduce it, clean it and bring it to a collection point. Invest in products that are made locally to make sure it all gets recycled!

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2) We invest in collection and recycling infrastructure so that we can make products from local waste and ensure we're making a difference.

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How to Recycle With Us

1) Clean your Plastic - Anything metallic like coins or beer lids damages our shredders, and we can't recycle things with lots of muck on them.

3) Ensure that it's HDPE, PP, OR LDPE.
If it is, send it to our address or drop it off at a local recycling point.

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HDPE

High-Density Polyethylene

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LDPE

Low-Density Polyethylene

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PP

Polypropylene

Common items made from this that don't tend to be recycled by local councils include:

  • Bottle Tops

  • Shampoo Bottles

  • Many other rigid plastic tubs.

  • Plant Pots

  • Contact Lens Trays

  • Cosmetics Tubs

  • Margarine Tubs

  • Ice Cream Tubs

  • Mushroom PunnetS

Please send it to:

 



High Mead Farm,
Ham Lane,
Ferndown,
Dorset,
BH22 9DR