Recycling week starts in Portsmouth

RECYCLING Chris Mathias, 31, left, with Richard Christie, 24, in Palmerston Road Southsea take the first item ' a kettle. Picture: Malcolm Wells (131693-7047)
RECYCLING Chris Mathias, 31, left, with Richard Christie, 24, in Palmerston Road Southsea take the first item ' a kettle. Picture: Malcolm Wells (131693-7047)
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RESIDENTS have been recycling their small electrical goods to drop-off points throughout Portsmouth.

Portsmouth City Council has set up the Don’t bin it, bring it campaign to encourage people to recycle their unwanted, broken or small electrical items.

Councillor Eleanor Scott, cabinet member for environment, said: ‘It’s a great way to clear out your house while helping the environment.

‘We hope to see as many people as possible coming along.’

Recycling points are at all city libraries, Southsea Community Centre, Paulsgrove Community Centre and the John Pounds Centre.

They will be open till Sunday.