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Helping charity; NORTH TODAY: RECYCLING.

PEOPLE in Northumberland are being urged to bring in their used ink cartridges for recycling - and help a rescue charity at the same time.

The recycling initiative is being run on Thursday and Friday at the Heighley Gate garden centre near Morpeth. It will result in funds being raised for the Great North Air Ambulance Service.

Staff will man a special stand to receive used cartridges and will also be handing out collection bags for unwanted mobile phones, clothing and fabrics, which will also be recycled.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 18, 2009
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