Greenpop solves ecobrick query
I HAVE been amazed by the amount of feedback I have had about how to get rid of moles. Maybe I should start a gardening column. Many people have asked me to send them copies of the article, or for further advice.
I am only too happy to help with any reasonable request, or to send you copies of previous columns.
I have also had further queries about ecobricks. Nerisha, from Durban, (it’s great to see I am read all over the country) sent this:
I came across your article about ecobricks. It is a great idea and I hope to get started.
Do you know of any drop-off points in Durban?
I battled with this query and eventually called the environmental group Greenpop as they had a related link on their website.
They kindly sent me this:
Pick n Pay hypermarkets are now nationwide drop-off points. Pick n Pay will be collecting on behalf of the Endangered Wildlife Trust.
They suggested readers look on Pick n Pay’s website for more information.
Greenpop were so helpful that I think it only fair to make you aware of their latest campaign and ask you to get involved:
Keen to get your hands dirty? Come help us plant 12 000 trees at Reforest Fest 2019. Get your tickets at www.reforestfest.com. Not able to attend? You can still support by donating. Have a treemendous day.