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Nottinghamshire County Hall goes green for annual Recycle Week




County Hall has gone green as Nottinghamshire celebrates the annual national Recycle Week in style.

For the first time in its history and for the 18th year of Recycle Week the Nottinghamshire County Council headqaurters is illuminated green to thank residents for their efforts in recycling.

It is also in support of the council's Go Green For September campaign in partnership with Veolia, which encourages people to take small actions in the fight against climate change.

County Hall goes green for Recycle Week (51421409)
County Hall goes green for Recycle Week (51421409)

Transport and environment committee chairman Neil Clarke said: "We know Nottinghamshire residents are keen to do their bit, and lighting up the building green for Recycle Week will be a powerful reminder to think about what else we can do to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle more and decrease our impact on the environment."

The council is committed to supporting residents in recycling and with Veolia are providing daily tips and tasks for the Go Green challenge at www.veolia.co.uk/nottinghamshire/gogreenforseptember

County Hall goes green for Recycle Week (51421412)
County Hall goes green for Recycle Week (51421412)

Mr Clarke said: "As an organisation we are committed to taking action on climate change.

"Let's all work together to save our environment."

County Hall will be lit green until Sunday.

County Hall goes green for Recycle Week (51421416)
County Hall goes green for Recycle Week (51421416)


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