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Make a packaging packet for Bessacarr school

Daniel Smeaton (ICT Technician), Lynn Yates (Owner of the Home Workshop), Alison Bright (Teacher) and Sarah Muskett (Teacher) from Bessacarr Primary School with the Doncaster Coffee Packaging Brigade collection box situated at the Home Workshop on Nostell Place in the Bessacarr area of Doncaster. The public are able to drop off their coffee refill packs, coffee bean bags, plastic coffee jar lids and single serve coffee sticks of any brand to the collection box between the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Saturday.

Daniel Smeaton (ICT Technician), Lynn Yates (Owner of the Home Workshop), Alison Bright (Teacher) and Sarah Muskett (Teacher) from Bessacarr Primary School with the Doncaster Coffee Packaging Brigade collection box situated at the Home Workshop on Nostell Place in the Bessacarr area of Doncaster. The public are able to drop off their coffee refill packs, coffee bean bags, plastic coffee jar lids and single serve coffee sticks of any brand to the collection box between the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Saturday.

Doncaster is one of the first locations to join a new nationwide recycling scheme set up by Kenco and TerraCycle called the Coffee Packaging Brigade, which aims to save coffee packaging waste from landfill.

A collection box for people to drop off all brands of coffee bags, plastic jar lids and sachet waste is now situated at the Home Workshop on Nostell Place in Bessacarr.

Each unit collected earns money for Bessacarr Primary School.

he money will be used to buy educational classroom construction materials.

 

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