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Feature: Never too young to learn

Getting people into the habit of recycling is most effective when started early in life. At the Mill on the Brue Outdoor Activity Centre in Bruton, Somerset, nearly 7,000 children in the 8-14 age range come here. Most of them, for the first time, realise that their sweet wrappers can be re-used again and again. "Our policy is to have one big skip per week for recycling. We save glass, plastic, tin - everything we can - it's a matter of policy," says Matt Rawlingson Plant, ...