Recycling group has it sorted

ALL sorts of aluminium have been pouring into an Ilfracombe community group after an upsurge of enthusiasm for recycling. Community Resources (Devon) at Hele Bay has just taken delivery of a can sorter from the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (

ALL sorts of aluminium have been pouring into an Ilfracombe community group after an upsurge of enthusiasm for recycling.Community Resources (Devon) at Hele Bay has just taken delivery of a can sorter from the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro) as well as overalls, gloves and collection containers.The group is a not-for-profit company set up to provide meaningful activities for people with learning difficulties.The group helps can and foil recyclers in the county and works with many charities and schools in the area along with holiday parks, who all generate significant amount of aluminium cans and foil to recycle."Our recycling group have been recycling aluminium and foil for nearly four years and volumes of aluminium are significantly up," said Paul Williams at Community Resources Devon. Local county councillor and Mayor of Ilfracombe, Geoff Fowler, presented the new sorter to the Hele group."I am keen to support the work of Community Resources and I am grateful, as is the local community, for the work this group carries out around the town," he said. ALL sorts of aluminium have been pouring into an Ilfracombe community group after an upsurge of enthusiasm for recycling.Community Resources (Devon) at Hele Bay has just taken delivery of a can sorter from the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro) as well as overalls, gloves and collection containers.The group is a not-for-profit company set up to provide meaningful activities for people with learning difficulties.The group helps can and foil recyclers in the county and works with many charities and schools in the area along with holiday parks, who all generate significant amount of aluminium cans and foil to recycle."Our recycling group have been recycling aluminium and foil for nearly four years and volumes of aluminium are significantly up," said Paul Williams at Community Resources Devon. Local county councillor and Mayor of Ilfracombe, Geoff Fowler, presented the new sorter to the Hele group."I am keen to support the work of Community Resources and I am grateful, as is the local community, for the work this group carries out around the town," he said.


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