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THANK YOU everyone around the world for making the first ever Global Recycling Day such a success. Our petition is now over 11,500 signatures - we're on our way to global change!
Check out our video on the story behind Global Recycling Day 2018 in our blog
Look out for more info on next year's Global Recycling Day - 18 March 2019 - soon
If you'd like to get in involved contact us at info@globalrecyclingday.com
THANK YOU everyone around the world for making the first ever Global Recycling Day such a success. Our petition is now over 11,500 signatures - we're on our way to global change!
Check out our video on the story behind Global Recycling Day 2018 in our blog
Look out for more info on next year's Global Recycling Day - 18 March 2019 - soon
If you'd like to get in involved contact us at info@globalrecyclingday.com

About Global Recycling Day

Every year, the earth yields billions of tons of natural resources to transform into consumables. At some point, there will be nothing left. That’s why we must, as a planet, think again about what we throw away – seeing not waste, but opportunity.

 

Global Recycling Day was created in 2018 to help recognize, and celebrate, the importance recycling plays in preserving our precious primary resources and securing the future of our planet.  It is a Day for the world to come together, and put the planet first.

 

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Thanks to bold public policy and educational initiatives, San Francisco sends less trash to the landfill than any other major U.S. city. Find out how they do it with @CNBC: https://t.co/7ZmJK1JDpC

What else can we #recycle and find new uses for? One Nigerian entrepreneur is turning old tyres into furniture in a bid to help the environment and set up a new business venture. Find out more from @BBCNews: https://t.co/yZ2ApxxgWt

A new analysis from the @TheGreenParty claims that England is on the brink of incinerating more of its rubbish than it recycles for the first time, and blames cuts to local authority budgets for the issue. Read more on the story here: https://t.co/mN8uslxWW0