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Palm hands over 50 recycling banks to council

Palm Recycling has provided 50 recycling banks for mixed paper and cardboard as part of a contract with Tandridge District Council.

The four-year scheme will allow the Surrey district’s 35,000 residents to recycle paper and cardboard at the same time.

Tandridge District Council chairman of community services councillor Tony Elias said: “The new service not only benefits residents by providing increased recycling opportunities, it also offers significant savings.”

Palm Recycling business manager Jonathan Easthope added: “We are delighted to have been awarded this contract; it is praise for the service we are presently delivering for the south of England in the provision of mixed paper and cardboard recycling banks.”

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