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Kenco Coffee Packaging

RECYCLE

Yes Kenco coffee packaging can be recycled.

RECYCLED
Where?

  • The Green Centre at Brighton Open Market. More details here.

How?
We can accept the following;

  • Kenco Eco Refill packs
  • Kenco plastic coffee jar lids
  • Kenco plastic coffee tin lids
  • Kenco coffee individual portion sachets

Kitchen Goods

RE-USE

Yes kitchen goods can be reused. This includes plates, cups, cutlery, dishes, pots & pans, etc. It is not possible to advise you as to whether your kitchen item can be recycled because they are made from too many different kinds of materials.  

REUSE

  • You can donate them to a charity shop.
  • You can sell them at a car boot sale or use a number of online platforms including Gumtree, Friday-Ad, Facebook selling pages and other online platforms. 
  • You can also give them away for free through Freegle.

Knickers

REDUCE RE-USE RECYCLE

See Clothes

Knitting Machines

RE-USE

Yes knitting machines can be reused.

REUSE

  • Your knitting machine can be reused by Workaid.  
  • Ideally the donated machine should have instruction books and the basic parts as supplied by the manufacturers. Due to the lack of spare parts Workaid can't accept machines manufactured before 1960.
  • So if you have a knitting machine to donate, please phone 01494 775220 or email admin@workaid.org and you will be put in touch with your nearest area organiser.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Workaid tackles poverty in developing countries by supplying disadvantaged people with the tools they need to earn a living.  
  • They collect unwanted items from all over the UK, repair them and send them to vocational training projects, mostly in East Africa.  They have an efficient network of 100 volunteers who co-ordinate tools collections.

 

Knitting Needles

RE-USE

Kinder Egg & Chocolate Packaging

Yes Kinder Egg & Chocolate packaging can be recycled.

RECYCLED
Where?

  • The Green Centre at Brighton Open Market. More details here.

How?

  • Kinder flexible plastic packaging
  • Kinder chocolate wrappers
  • Kinder aluminium foil packaging
  • Kinder rigid plastic packaging
  • See a visual here.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • The idea for Kinder was born in 1968 in Alba, Italy thanks to Michelle Ferrero and William Salice. Production began in 1974. 
  • Three-and-half billion Kinder eggs are sold globally each year.
  • Kinder Eggs were banned in the USA. The hollow chocolate egg with the toy surprise inside has not been allowed due to a 1930s law banning candy with non-food objects inside.