February 5, 2019 in Recycled Clothing Ideas, SchoolsRecycling bins for schoolsRecycling bins for schools get teachers, children and their parents/carers involved in recycling schemes that can really help to raise additional important funding. It also raises awareness around improving our immediate environment and creating a greener, healthier future for our planet. It’s also a smart way to raise money without having to put in the time and resources needed to get an event off the ground, which often requires a lot of volunteer support.Our eco-friendly chum Harry the Hippo is on board to help encourage children to get involved in recycling initiatives through textile recycling. All our recycling bins for schools can be used indoors or outdoors as they are weather durable and can be wrapped and branded in any design or logo you choose to make them fun, funky and much more inviting for the children to use. If you are unsure of what can be recycled in your recycling bins for schools, here is quick guide.We make payment for: T-shirts/Shirts Jeans/Trousers Underwear Swimwear Nightwear/slippers Shoes, Boots, Trainers, Flip-flops Belts Hats, Scarves, Gloves Jumpers Jackets/CoatsAll of the above must be clean, in good condition and footwear paired.All donations we collect from you are either paid by the tonne or we can pay you upfront, so you have access to those all-important funds to keep your school projects moving along. So, whether you are developing new school programmes or after school activities, extending school facilities or giving your playground a much-needed make-over, we can help you to keep funds coming in by installing one or more of our recycling bins for schools.We all know how quickly children grow out of their clothes and shoes…and us adults are quite good at holding onto bits that no longer fit too, so this is a great way to create more space at home, raise funds for your school and make a life changing difference to someone who really needs your donations.To talk to us about recycling bins for schools, call us today. Share next post Better textile recycling with a 1p tax?