Re­cy­cling bins around the city

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Auck­lan­ders may have ferry ter­mi­nal, Britono­ticed a new kind of mart and the Viaduct. bin lin­ing cen­tral city Com­mit­tee chairstreets. man coun­cil­lor Aaron

The black or stain­less Bhat­na­gar says peo­ple steel re­cy­cling bins have should just con­tinue been in­stalled at 22 their nor­mal re­cy­cling sites through­out the city habits and look out for and are part of a three­the bins which carry the month trial by the Auck­re­cy­cling logo. land City Coun­cil. “We are al­ready re

The trial, which start­cy­cling in our homes so ed last Fri­day, aims to this should be just an en­cour­age re­cy­cling in ex­ten­sion of that be­havpub­lic places and will be iour.” as­sessed by coun­cil’s city The in­ner-city re­cy­de­vel­op­ment com­mit­tee cling scheme is part of in Septem­ber. the En­vi­ron­ment Minis

It will then de­cide try’s Love NZ cam­paign whether they should beto en­cour­age re­cy­cling in come a per­ma­nent fea­pub­lic places. ture on the city’s streets. The $4.6 mil­lion ini

The bins have been tia­tive aims to es­tab­lish placed mainly at trans600 pub­lic re­cy­cling bins port hubs such as the through­out the coun­try

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