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North Today: Green way aids charity.

ECO-friendly folks on Teesside have recycled pounds 4,700 for an international children's charity.

Save the Children representatives received the cash at a presentation in Hartlepool Mayor Stuart Drummond's Civic Centre office.

The money was handed over byAbitibi-Consolidated Recycling (Europe) which manages the recovery of recyclable materials on behalf of Hartlepool Council.

The company donates pounds 1 for every tonne of recyclable materials that is either collected through the council's blue box and blue bag kerbside collection initiatives, or deposited in paper banks around the town.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Dec 15, 2006
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