Responsible disposal of electrical goods

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Repic, the not-for-profit producer compliance scheme, collected more than a tonne of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) from Peterborough residents during an ‘amnesty’.
It joined forces with Peterborough City Council, Enterprise Peterborough and white goods manufacturer Indesit Company to host the event which encouraged people to dispose of their unwanted electrical items in a responsible way.
A four-metre T.Rex figure made of recycled WEEE persuaded visitors to get rid of items ranging from kettles and irons to fridges and televisions.

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