Roadshows for recycling

City of Edinburgh Council Recycle Campaign'Pic Neil Hanna
City of Edinburgh Council Recycle Campaign'Pic Neil Hanna

FEBRUARY is the start of a national two-month campaign to encourage people to recycle more.

Across West Lothian, there are six road show events to help people learn more about local recycling initiatives and collection facilities. They will also highlight benefits of recycling such as preventing materials decaying in landfill and releasing greenhouse gases.

Robert De Bold, executive councillor for the environment, said: “The road shows are a great opportunity to find out more about recycling and discover the range of items that can be produced from recycled material. We hope that as many people as possible will be able to visit the road show and find out more about how easy recycling is and its importance to the environment. Anyone who can’t make one of the events in West Lothian can learn more by visiting the greener Scotland website:”

Did you know

*Recycled yellow pages can come back as egg boxes and loft insulation

*Old trainers can be recycled into new running tracks

*Steel cans are recycled into cars, bikes, even bridges

*25 recycled drinks bottles can become a fleece jacket

*Glass can be recycled again and again and it’s always as good as new


Thursday February 9 from 12-8pm

Asda, Almondvale Centre, Almondvale Road South, Livingston

Friday, February 10 from 12-8pm

Morrisons, 2 Linkston Way, Bathgate

Saturday, February 11 from 10am-6pm

Lidl, Livingston

Sunday, February 26 from 10am-6pm

Lidl, Whitburn

Saturday, March 3 from 10am-4pm

Dobbies, Beughburn, Livingston

Sunday, March 4 from 10am-4pm

Dobbies, Beughburn, Livingston