Vouchers are being offered to convince residents to recycle

Vouchers are being offered to convince residents to recycle
Windsor and Maidenhead Council is offering vouchers for local and national business in order to convince their residents to recycle. It’s, according to the authority, the first time such a scheme has been run in England but is it the way forward?
Some people will never recycle so this could make them
Introducing council tax cuts for recycling would make a bigger impact
Lets see if it works and take it from there

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