Ruth Sheed the Manager for one of the largest shops in the South East, based in Romford, Essex, are now collecting unwanted items from Waste King by the truck-load to sell in their shops and raise money for research. During the week commencing 14 March, Waste King recycled over 500 books which were donated.
The British Heart Foundation has given Waste King permission to use its logo to raise awareness of the charity and to identify items for donation. The logo will feature on Waste Kings new website due to go live next month.
Managing Director, Glenn Currie, explained: “Waste King offer a number of waste and rubbish clearance services including from the house, garden, garage, loft and cellar. As a result we are left with tonnes of unwanted customer items which are in perfectly good repair. The British Heart Foundation is able to make use of these items which further enables us to increase recycling and divert from landfill, one of our major goals”.
There is a British Heart Foundation book bank at the Waste King premises, Frogmore Industrial Estate in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire.
For further information, contact Glenn Currie (Managing Director) or Andy Cattigan (Operations Director) on tel: 01442 216 784 or visit the Waste King website http://www.wasteking.co.uk.
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