done to Martin and the team at EnviroAbility for obtaining
another grant. The competition was fierce and only one in
six applicants were successful.
said, 'I am sure this success was largely due to fact that
the local involvement and support for the scheme is so high.
we have come to expect where we see the name EnviroAbility,
they have inbuilt some opportunities for other groups within
the community. The
staff from the project are to be recruited from students
that are on their summer break from either college or university.
We are looking to employ four people to work on a five week
campaign that will help to identify the best ways to increase
recycling in the area. We think that will be best achieved
if the workers are committed to the principles of "Rethink
explained that the grant came from WRAP (Waste & Resources
Action Programme) and was given to EnviroAbility and Re-Box
to visit and talk to Ross people on their door step about
recycling. He went on to say that he hoped the success of
the campaign will result in bringing new opportunities to
the town. The funding and the project will help to increase
recycling levels around Ross even more.
out for your recycling visitor over the summer period. If
you are interested in working on the project and can benefit
from some 'real' money please call EnviroAbility on 01989