Biscuit Wrappers

Pippa Summers has been co-ordinating a recycling scheme here at Dunrossness School. Through ‘Terracycle and McVities’ there is an opportunity to raise funds for the school whilst looking after our environment.

Biscuit Wrappers To Recycling Riches – Save your waste and help raise money for Dunrossness Primary School

We would like you to consider supporting our environmental and fundraising initiative by saving your used biscuit wrappers – ANY BRAND for recycling (which can’t be recycled locally). Your support will help us to minimise the amount of plastic waste that ends up in landfill, and also help us to raise much needed funds for Dunrossness Primary School as we earn money for each piece of the packaging waste we send in for recycling.  Plus it can help you work towards zero waste to landfill targets that we know many businesses are looking to achieve.

We are already collecting at Dunrossness School but by reaching out to you we hope to be able to save even more waste from landfill and raise more funds for

What you need to do

It is really easy to help us to collect. All you need is a separate bin for these sorts of packaging to make sure they don’t end up in the general rubbish bin.

Once you have a bin in place, let all of your family know that all non-savoury biscuit wrappers should go in to the separate bin.  Once you have collected a fair amount you can drop it off at Dunrossness School.

To find out more about TerraCycle and their recycling fundraising schemes, visit their website:

We would really appreciate your help saving biscuit wrappers for recycling and also raising money for a good cause at the same time. Please let us know if you are interested in collecting for us.

To find out more – click on the link below.

One thought on “Biscuit Wrappers”

  1. Thanks Mrs Henderson!

    It’s nice clean packaging that can be squashed down. All brands of sweet biscuit wrappers – not just McVities. xx

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