Nestlé's Buxton Natural Mineral Water has partnered with Recoup to promote a ‘green' education programme aimed at schools.
The ‘Recycling Cycle' scheme is currently a pilot but if it is successful it will be rolled out across the UK to promote ‘green thinking'. Currently six Buxton schools are engaged with the programme, reaching more than 2,500 pupils.
Siân Chapman, corporate communications manager at Nestlé Waters said: “We are delighted to be expanding this pilot project in Buxton and to be working so closely with our local community to support our shared desire to live and act sustainably.
“There is such enthusiasm for this in our schools and we excited to see how the pupils bring alive our recycling messages this year.”
The Buxton schools currently involved in the ‘Recycling Cycle' programme are: Burbage Primary School, Harpur Hill Primary School, St Anne's Catholic Primary School, Buxton Community School, Buxton Infant School and Fairfield Endowed CE Junior School.