ENVIRONMENTAL consultancy Comply Direct has launched an electrical waste and textiles recycling project, working alongside Electrical Waste Recycling Group (EWRG), Avena, Regatta and Broughton Hall Estate.

EWRG, and Avena are Comply Direct’s recycling partners who they work with to collect, treat, and recycle businesses waste electricals and textiles from across the UK.

Each partner has provided a recycling container to Comply Direct’s site at Broughton Hall Estate. From now until October 15, the public is invited to bring in old electricals and textiles for recycling and in return will be provided with a raffle ticket (per item for electrical waste, per bag for textiles) giving the chance to win prizes from Comply Direct’s member Regatta, as well as Broughton Hall’s Utopia restaurant and more.

The initiative was started during Recycle Week UK.