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Riverside Primary pupils achieve 1st milestone in recycling pilot

Riverside Primary pupils achieve 1st milestone in recycling pilot

Headteacher Nick Stevens and pupil Sarah Nazir, Falah Ramadhan, Abdullah Ahmed & Souradrita Bhowmik, proudly recycled the 1,000th plastic bottle to be collected at Riverside Primary School in Maidenhead in just 6 weeks, as the school looks to cash in on the pilot launched by Greenredeem.

Greenredeem launches largest ever pilot to understand how to motivate the recycling of plastic bottles.

Greenredeem launches largest ever pilot to understand how to motivate the recycling of plastic bottles.

Greenredeem announces today the launch of the largest ever pilot to understand how consumers are influenced to recycle more plastic bottles, in support of the recently published DEFRA consultation.

Royal Borough schools appeal for Greenredeem points to earn a share of £3,000.

Royal Borough schools appeal for Greenredeem points to earn a share of £3,000.

Greenredeem, is inviting members in the Royal Borough to donate their points to help six schools achieve a share of over £3,000. 

Wokingham schools appeal for Greenredeem points to earn a share of £2,000.

Wokingham schools appeal for Greenredeem points to earn a share of £2,000.

Greenredeem is inviting members in the Borough to donate their points to help 5 schools achieve a share of £2,000. 

Wokingham Borough schools can turn trash into cash!

Wokingham Borough schools can turn trash into cash!

Applications for the popular school donations programme open again for 2017.

Royal Borough schools can turn trash into cash!

Royal Borough schools can turn trash into cash!

Applications for the popular school donations programme open again for 2017.

 Winnersh Primary School collect £1,000 grant from Greenredeem community

Winnersh Primary School collect £1,000 grant from Greenredeem community

Residents of Wokingham Borough Council have donated over 149,619 Greenredeem points to Winnersh Primary School as part of the Greenredeem School donations programme.

Latest results prove success of recycling rewards schemes

Latest results prove success of recycling rewards schemes

Greenredeem members recycle twice as often and twice as much as non-members
 


Local authorities working with Greenredeem continue to improve recycling rates faster.

Local authorities working with Greenredeem continue to improve recycling rates faster.

During 2014/15 all local authorities currently offering the Greenredeem scheme to their residents saw both a substantial increase in the amount of dry recycling collected  at the kerbside (+9% on average) and a large reduction in the residual waste collected (-6% on average).