Recycling business to set up at Lavington with machines capable of doing 100 items per minute

Anthony Bunn
By Anthony Bunn
Updated January 16 2022 - 3:23am, first published January 15 2022 - 5:00pm
Potential beneficiary: Liz Rollings, who has an intellectual disability, with some of the bricks that have been made with shredded cardboard for use as fire lighters. She may be employed at the new production site in Lavington. Picture: MARK JESSER

A new Lavington recycling hub will provide rapid processing of bottles and cans and turn shredded cardboard into fire lighting bricks.

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