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  • Writer's pictureGill Kelley

Cambridge University boosts recycling

Cambridge University plans to be using new bins, 3D scanners and 22 miles (35km) of conveyor belts in a bid to increase recycling from 50% to 80%. Staff and students will get two bins to choose from - one for food waste and the other for dry mixed waste. This should simplify decision making and improve the ease with which recycling happens.


They are known for their pioneering approaches and want to make a positive contribution to improving the environment.


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