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ACR+ member North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has launched a new trial service at one of its reuse and recycling centres to offer a place for residents to deposit unwanted DIY materials. Items like handfuls of bricks, left over slabs, odd tiles or that extra bit of timber from home improvement projects are now available for other local residents to take for free to help them finish their projects. If the scheme proves successful, NLWA will look to roll it out at its other reuse and recycling centres. This new offer will complement the existing Community Repaint scheme, also available at the majority of north London reuse and recycling centres, which enables residents to drop off and collect leftover paint.



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