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West Sussex residents urged to reduce waste and ‘Think Before You Throw’

West Sussex County Council is urging residents to ‘Think before you throw’, as it launches the next phase of its recycling campaign.

It said that some 59% of what’s in the average West Sussex waste bin doesn’t need to be there and is the focus of the next phase of its campaign.

It has produced videos on how to reduce food waste and how to recycle additional materials at the curbside and at recycling centres.

It said that the average family of four could save £80 a month by reducing their food waste and that shredded paper can be recycled (inside an old cardboard box) at recycling centres as it is processed differently from the paper collected from recycling bins at home.

Alongside information videos, its website contains lots of information on how to reduce your waste and recycle as much as you can.

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