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Recycle for Learning
Paper recycling scheme for schools
The Paper Trail has successfully introduced free office paper recycling in over 300 schools in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and surrounding counties, this initiative is called Recycle for Learning.
To find out more about this exciting scheme have a chat with either Sue or Maureen on 01442 234600.
From a pile of waste....
to a re-usable fibre.....
that makes new paper....
that starts as a reel....
then is cut into sheets....
for re-use in schools....
A scheme to collect white waste paper from schools and recycle it into new paper for re-use in schools.
Why should schools join?
The Paper Trail’s Frogmore Paper Mill has over 110 years of recycled papermaking expertise. Using white waste to make paper for re-use in schools perfectly matches the charity’s two main objectives:
Why white waste paper?
The Recycle for Learning scheme is built on recycling the white A4 paper that has been used in copiers and computer printers and often in direct mail, because:
To request more details on joining Recycle for Learning click here