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The Robert Piggott C of E School reap the benefits of Recycling!

The Robert Piggott C of E School reap the benefits of Recycling!

The Robert Piggott C of E School were the most recent winners of funding from Wokingham Council and Greenredeem’s Recycling Incentive Scheme which has seen £6,000 donated to local schools over the 12 months.

Knowl Hill C of E Academy reap the benefits of Recycling!

Knowl Hill C of E Academy reap the benefits of Recycling!

Knowl Hill C of E Academy were the most recent winners of funding from the Royal Borough and Greenredeem’s Recycling Incentive Scheme which has seen £6,000 donated to local good causes over the last 12 months.

Greenredeem pilot collects over 60,000 plastic bottles in just 16 weeks

Greenredeem pilot collects over 60,000 plastic bottles in just 16 weeks

Oxford 16th May 2019. An innovative pilot lead by Greenredeem, involving 16 schools from the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) has already collected 60,000 plastic bottles by the school being awarded a 5p donation, per bottle collected.

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.