Veolia encourages Nottinghamshire children to recycle in festive competition

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Council House in Nottingham

Veolia is offering a free family pantomime ticket to Nottinghamshire residents to reward the best ‘recycling good deeds’ letter to Father Christmas.

Children are asked to write a letter to explain what they have been doing to recycle items such as cans, paper and plastic bottles.

The winner will be presented with their prize by the cast of Nottingham Playhouse’s Cinderella.

Nottinghamshire residents currently recycle around 44% of their waste according to Veolia, the county’s waste contractor, yet a further 30% more waste is predicted to be produced over the festive period.

Lee Hawkes, general manager for Veolia, said: “Over the year we have welcomed hundreds of the county’s school children for recycling tours, and spoken to all the mini recyclers about the fantastic recycling that is taking place at home and at school. These good deeds can now be shared with Father Christmas in our new festive competition.”

Entires are welcome for children aged 5-11 and must be sent in by 11 December, 2017.

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