Getting It By Fenland District Council

Getting It Sorted By Fenland District Council

Help Your Community And Encourage More Recycling In Fenland

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Fenland District Council has launched the Getting It Sorted Volunteers to improve recycling rates and reduce the amount of Fenlands’ waste that ends up in the landfill.

They hope to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling with support from local community groups and schools and a band of dedicated recycling champions.
 

The Council is now appealing for people to join in, through volunteering, pledging to recycle, and helping others to recycle and waste less.

All Getting It Sorted Volunteers will get lots of help and support from the Council's Environmental Projects team, including training, regular newsletters, volunteer meetings, and socials and lots of recycling information to share. No experience is required, just an interest in the environment and helping your local community, and you can give as much or as little time as you like.

All Getting It Sorted Volunteers will get lots of help and support from the Council's Environmental Projects team, including training, regular newsletters, volunteer meetings, and socials and lots of recycling information to share. No experience is required, just an interest in the environment and helping your local community, and you can give as much or as little time as you like.

Getting It Sorted Recyclers Pack - Christchurch Eco-min

Take The Getting It Sorted Pledge And Get Your Free Info Pack

Haven’t got the time to volunteer, no worries, click on the link below, and take the pledge and get your free ‘getting it sorted recycler pack’ it’s full of fantastic information, tips and tricks, a handy recycling bag and an amazing what goes in what bin guide. 

Contact The Getting Sorted Volunteers Team
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