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INSPIRING PLAYSCAPES FOR SCHOOLS & NURSERIES


INSPIRING PLAYSCAPES FOR SCHOOLS & NURSERIES


RIDAN FOOD WASTE RECYCLING SYSTEMS


Schools can now recycle all food waste on site.


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For an informal chat or to arrange a visit to discuss your project, contact the Green Scheme Team on 0800 9101310


For an informal chat or to arrange a visit to discuss your project, contact the Green Scheme Team on 0800 9101310


www.greenschemeltd.co.uk 01822 855427


www.greenschemeltd.co.uk 01822 855427


info@greenschemeltd.co.uk


LOW MAINTENANCE ECO-FRIENDLY DOES NOT ROT


LOW MAINTENANCE ECO-FRIENDLY DOES NOT ROT


Food waste costs schools £250m a year, but you don’t need to be part of the figure. A Ridan composter is the ultimate way to


recycle food waste, saving you money while reducing your carbon footprint.


The process is quick, easy and economical. With no power required, all the composter needs is a turn of the handle to convert food waste. This allows you to do your organic recycling on-site while providing a rich compost for your school.


Save money, educate pupils and reduce your environmental impact with a Ridan Food Waste Composter.


Keeping the world turning.


FROM £2610 PLUS VAT


www.Ridan.co.uk Tel 01598 751043 Info@Ridan.co.uk


NIKE GRIND Choose a recycled playground surface with over 70% recycled material. Lots of colour choices and design options to suit your location and budget. www.playtop.co.uk | 01332 287 410 | sales@playtop.co.uk 14 SPRING 2020 FundEd PTA Playtop.indd 1 16/12/2019 14:27:33


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