The 2019 UK drink can recycling rate has reached a new high of 76%! The new aluminium packaging recycling rates were announced by Alupro (the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation) yesterday (read the original news release here: https://alupro.org.uk/uk-aluminium-packaging-recycling-rate-hits-new-heights-in-rapidly-growing-market/).
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We want to see you all have some fun while you’re recycling your empty drink cans, so we’ve launched the #CANdunk challenge!
To be in with a chance of winning a £100 takeaway voucher, post your video of a can being recycled in a creative way.
We’re asking you all to get creative and design your own drink cans using our Blank CANvas template. We want to see eye-catching colourful designs, and if they’re recycling-themed then that’s even better!
The Every Can Counts team will be picking their favourite designs and giving out some great prizes. The creator of the winning design will receive a Nintendo Switch, and 3 runners up will be given the choice between an Amazon Fire tablet and an Instant Camera!
Known for its celebrated historical landmarks, city walls and a variety of cultural activities, York is a very popular destination in England. Amongst its Viking heritage and ancient buildings, York is also home to charities and projects with noble missions to help those in need. A particularly popular initiative is Foil for Snappy. Created by […]
As our habit for consuming ‘on-the-go’ food and drink continues to rise, research conducted by Every Can Counts has highlighted that 60% of consumers are calling for more can recycling facilities on the street, while 56% would like to see more on beach fronts, and 51% are calling for more facilities at music and sporting events.