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Feauture: Do schools need a kick up the Rs?

Reduce, re-use and recycle. It's a common mantra at junior and secondary schools around the country. But there is no doubt that reaching the very young is easier than the young-adults of secondary education. In the south west of England organisations such as The Recycling Consortium, Envolve and Bath and North East Somerset local authority have been developing a multi-faceted approach that aims to reduce waste produced by schools, educate the children and create mini-lobbyists within ...