What happens to my glass after it’s recycled?
Towards the end of 2019, FEVE and Friends of Glass launched their ‘Close the Glass Loop’ campaign to boost the glass collection for recycling rate to a target of 90% across Europe.
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At Friends of Glass we took the opportunity to showcase the brilliant ideas of some of the schools that took part in our Glass Guardians programme.
From Alfreton’s Blackwell Primary School and their Tough Tomatoes environmental group to St Helens Primary School in Devon installing recycling bins at their local beach, plenty of young pupils used the project to great effect and learnt about glass recycling in the process.
You can find all the case studies featured over the week in one handy place on the Friends of Glass website, but it wasn’t just us who engaged with Recycle Week.
Therefore, we’ve gathered all the best hints, tips, tweets and articles over the course of the week for you to take a look at, including our own recycling facts.
It may have been the day after Recycle Week, but the Girl Guides have launched a campaign to reduce the use of single use plastic with pledges, including using a reusable water bottle.
Our Glass Guardians schools weren’t the only ones who have taken recycling into their own hands. Take a look at Meadowbank Primary School in Wigan.
It wasn’t just big brands making a difference, as Trevor Nicoll shows with his milk delivery.
While these highlights show that Recycle Week is good at getting people talking and thinking about recycling, it’s important to not just implement these changes for a single week.
The biggest way we can have an impact is if we continue to take glass recycling into our own hands beyond recycling week and keep trying to make a difference however we can.