Recycle your empty printer cartridges to raise funds for RNLI
|Posted by: webHVAweb on 18/05/2015 09:39 AM (Read: )|
|The Bromley, West Wickham and Hayes branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is recycling empty printer cartridges in Freepost envelopes and for larger volumes, recycling boxes. |
When these boxes are full, a telephone call to Recycling4Charity results in the box being collected and a new box being provided.
Alternatively, you can send an email and Dan Brownlee, a Recycling Ambassador for the RNLI, will arrange collection. If you are a private individual or a business, you can help us by being part of this scheme.
It's easy and not time consuming, and in addition to being environmentally friendly, it raises vitally needed funds for the saving of lives at sea and on the River Thames. Not many people are aware that the nearest lifeboat station is only 13 miles away, and 10 minutes walk from Charing Cross Station. This is the Tower Lifeboat Station which is one of four lifeboat stations on the River Thames, and is the busiest lifeboat station in the United Kingdom.