North Tawton Plastic Recycling Project
North Tawton Plastic Recycling Project collection of household plastic waste takes place in the public car park, The Square, North Tawton, EX20 2EP, on the third Saturday of every month, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.
The Plastic Recycling Project volunteer team includes members of North Tawton Environmental Group.
Members of the Plastic Recycling Project team will be available on the day of collection.
Guideline of Acceptable Clean Plastic for Recycling:
Butter, margarine and ice cream tubs
Cream, yoghurt and cottage cheese pots
Fruit and vegetable trays
Meat and fish trays
Preformed biscuit and chocolate box trays
CDs and cases
Plastic flower pots
Large food containers
Plastic bottles collected in the kerbside collections by West Devon Borough Council.
Plastic recycling waste collections safely removed from the public car park by Peninsular Waste Savers, a local recycling company.
North Tawton Plastic Recycling Project team are always on the lookout for new volunteers, if you would like to join the team phone 07929 261047.
Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastic and reprocessing the material into useful products.
Since plastic is non-biodegradable, recycling helps to reduce plastic in the landfill and waste stream, especially the approximately eight million metric tonnes of waste plastic that enter the Earth’s ocean every year.
North Tawton Plastic Recycling Project commenced November 2015.
Monthly plastic recycling project dates as published on North Tawton Events Calendar.