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Press releases

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.

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!

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

Royal Borough schools can turn trash into cash!

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

In the news

Could rewards schemes reinvigorate Britain's static recycling rates?

Long-term investment in rewards-based behaviour change schemes is the only way to reinvigorate plateauing recycling rates in a post-Brexit Britain, with 'quick-win' solutions failing to deliver for local authorities across the country.

Recycling schemes drive sustainable behaviour changes

Recycling incentive schemes demonstrate that long-term investments will yield results while quick-win solutions fail to deliver, said Greenredeem, the company that rewards people for recycling.

Greenredeem marks Ealing recycling progress

Ealing residents have been awarded 25 million points since signing up to a recycling rewards scheme that was launched in the London borough last year.

Choice and access to recycling facilities: The key to hitting the 2020 target

Matthew Ball, general manager at Greenredeem, discusses the challenges to increasing recycling rates in the UK.
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