NSPCC Reach £75,000 Donation Through Recycling Scheme

– UK Recycling Company Helps Children’s Charity Achieve Target Donation –

Lincolnshire based company, The Recycling Factory, has reached its fundraising target of £75,000 for national children’s charity, the NSPCC. The Recycling Factory and NSPCC have been partners since 2005, recycling inkjet cartridges, toner cartridges, mobile phones and latterly electronic gadgets, to raise vital funds for the charity.

The NSPCC run a wide range of projects and vital services around the UK, working on both a national and local level to further develop them and campaign to end cruelty to children. Their services include ChildLine and the NSPCC Helpline which provides advice for members of the public, parents, and professionals.

With the help of its staff and supporters, the NSPCC, in partnership with The Recycling Factory, have been able to raise the staggering £75,000 through the recycling scheme earlier than expected. They are now on course to surpass this figure before the end of 2011, raising even more funds for the charity to continue to provide essential services.

It is estimated that in excess of 30 million ink cartridges and 90 million mobile phones are dumped in the UK each year. By working together to recycle, individuals can really make a difference. The Recycling Factory encourages businesses and individuals to recycle their used ink cartridges and mobile phones and has already raised almost £2 million for its charity partners. They collect and remanufacture over 700,000 inkjet & toner cartridges each month at their site in Boston, Lincolnshire.

It is so simple to get involved and make a difference. Simply call our team on 0800 091 0696, email info@trf-uk.com or visit www.therecyclingfactory.com for further details.

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