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Recycle Your Ink Cartridges at Gravelle's Budgens Sawbridgeworth


The Ink Bin were thrilled to visit local supermarket Gravelle's Budgens Sawbridgeworth this week to introduce The Ink Bin within store in order to support the community with their home use ink cartridge collecting and recycling. Lets get those ink cartridges away from landfill; keeping the world colourful. If you use a home printer, please visit Gravelle's Budgens Sawbridgeworth to drop them in. We pledge that every cartridge will be recycled and some are even refilled. An ink cartridge will take up to 1000 years to decompose in landfill, not to mention all that messy leakage into the natural environment.

Budgens in Sawbridgeworth are a a go-to location in the community and are making strides in supporting the community towards a more sustainable future. Most recently, the store has added a community board on behalf of Sustainable Sawbridgeworth which shares anything from recycling tips to details of local litter picks. The group has grown from the already successful Facebook group Plastic Free Sawbridgeworth; part of the Surfers Against Sewage organisation. The Ink Bin also support another Surfers Against Sewage group, Plastic Free Eastbourne, and are thrilled to be growing their support for the institution.


If your local community would like to join The Ink Bin Family please contact us for a free Ink Bin and educational materials. We place education at the forefront of our work; supporting this generation and the next in keeping the world colourful!







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