The Recycling Factory Partners with NDCS to Aid Deaf Children

According to The Recycler, The Recycling Factory, a division of Dynamic Cassette International (DCi) based in Boston, Lincolnshire, UK, has partnered with the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) to recycle cartridges and electronics in an effort to raise money for deaf children in the UK.

The Recycling Factory, which has been working with many UK charities by recycling inkjet and toner cartridges, mobile phones, electronic gadgets and e-Waste products, has thus far raised in excess of £2.9 million for its partners.   Now, the firm has announced its partnership with NDCS and its desire to help create a world without barriers for deaf children and their families. The firm says it is expecting more supporters to donate their empty cartridges and used electronics for this scheme. It will operate the plan completely free of charge, with all recycling materials, including freepost envelopes and collection boxes, said the statement.

“We are really excited to be working in partnership with NDCS and look forward to helping make a real difference to the lives of deaf children and young people, as well as their families. The recycling scheme is easy for supporters—both individuals and businesses—to get involved and it is completely free!” commented Donna Wingfield, Business Development Manager for The Recycling Factory.

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