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Want to have your part in saving the world? Find out here how you can do it in Leeds. Most student houses/flats and university halls will have recycling bins available. However if you have a lot of recycling or do not have access to recycling at your residences, here are some places you can go:

Kirkstall Road House waste sorting site
Evanstan Avenue

There are recycling sites across the city; often at supermarkets or pub carparks. Check out the Leeds City Council website for details.

People who can help you recycle… provides information to encourage you to keep Leeds clean as a student. Leeds met, Leeds uni, Unipol and Leeds City Council have collaborated to encourage students to keep the streets clean. Look at the website to get involved in the Green Streets Project as well as finding out tips on how to be tidy. is a company that collects unwanted things for charities. You can both give and buy via the website. has a wealth of information on how to maximise your recycling in your student house.

Christian Groups who care for environment:

Links to articles/talks on a Christian view of caring for the environment:

Categories: Environment, Resources, Universities, Focus Posted on Friday 4th February 2011 at 11:10 by Harriet Jones

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