Gardeners recycle old tools

Mon, Jun 21, 2010

Climate Change, Exotic

From today until 27 June, gardeners are being asked to give their unwanted or unused electricals a new lease of life during Recycle Week. Items such as lawn mowers, strimmers and power tools can be recycled at centres across the country.


Those in working order can be donated to the British Heart Foundation’s network of over 90 furniture and electrical stores(recycle_week/bhf<>)who will test them and sell them in order to raise funds.

To find out how to recycle your garden tools visit:

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