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Dundee Environment Vice Convener Supports "One Bin Day"

February 17, 2006 4:51 PM

Dundee City Council's Liberal Democrat Vice Convener of Environmental Services and Sustainability, Cllr Helen Dick, has given her support to "One Bin Day" next Tuesday (21st February) an attempt by Envirowise to urge businesses to limit the number of rubbish bins available in their office and witness the amount of waste produced in one day.

Cllr Helen Dick gives her support to

Cllr Helen Dick gives her support to "One Bin Day"

The day also aims to encourage thought about both resources and profitability. The average office worker uses 50 sheets of paper per day.

Helen said today (17th February), "This is an excellent initiative to highlight the waste that businesses can produce. By tackling this, we can not only improve business profitability and efficiency, but there are also very significant environmental gains to be made."

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