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Brighton Journal | 31st May 2020

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#Recycle Archives - Brighton Journal

New Zero Waste Shop Opens Today!

18th November 2019 |

Brighton uses a staggering 242 million single-use plastics a year. To help decrease the amount of plastic waste The Source Bulk Foods is here to revolutionalise how you shop!

Where it all began

The Source Bulk Foods started in Australia … Read More

Tech-Takeback is Taking Over The Level

24th September 2018 |

From Friday 28th September Tech-Takeback will be at The Level, taking in your old and un-used gadget in order to recycle, re-use and re-home them.


In an initiative supported by Brighton and Hove City Council, the Tech-Takeback pop up … Read More

Tech Takeback Returns to Brighton

10th January 2018 |

Following hot on the heels of last year’s successful electronics recycling scheme, tech-takeback returns to Brighton this Saturday for another week of free data-wiping and device recycling.

The Tech-Takeback project is a partnership between four organisations, Brighton & Hove City … Read More

Where and How To Recycle Your Christmas Tree

4th January 2018 |

You’ll no doubt have noticed that many residents have taken to leaving their unwanted trees on the curbside as the festive period draws to a close. Conscientious Brighton & Hove residents will be pleased to know that they can recycle real Christmas … Read More

Tech-Takeback to Return in January Following Huge Success!

18th December 2017 |

City residents have donated almost 1.5 tonnes of unwanted tech to help charities and people in the community.

The council and its partners opened a ‘tech take-back pop up shop’ in the city centre allowing people to declutter and safely … Read More

Sustainable Success In Tech-Takeback’s First Pop-Up Shop

11th December 2017 |

Brighton & Hove City Council, Freegle, SOENECS and EraseMy Data, working in partnership, are pleased to announce that the first of five pop-up shop events from November 2017 to December 2018 has been a huge success.

We all know that there are … Read More

Pop-Up Tech-Takeback Urges Brightonians to Get Savvy With Old Gadgets, and get Tech Serving Communities and Environment

20th November 2017 |

Working in partnership, Brighton & Hove City Council, Freegle, SOENECS and EraseMy Data, with support from Sussex University and University of Brighton, are pleased to announce that the first Tech-Takeback pop-up shop event will open it’s doors in an attempt … Read More

Greens and local campaigners call for a ‘plastic free’ city

25th October 2017 |

Greens urge Council to ‘go plastic free’ and encourage traders, residents and businesses to do the same in a bid to reduce damage plastic waste causes the environment and public health

The Green Group of Councillors and local campaigners are calling … Read More

Your Chance to Give a Little Back to Our Beloved Seafront

24th October 2017 |

Volunteers are needed for the latest iteration of the regular, grass roots community oriented Brighton Beach Clean on Sunday 29 October.

If you’ve got a spare few hours on Sunday morning then why not join the group of volunteers as … Read More