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School visits

Learning good habits
Schemes that help local school children and communities learn how to tackle recycling and take more responsibility for their environment can prove to be invaluable lessons for the future – and help the drive to improve the region’s recycling record.

Members of The Merseyside and Halton Waste Partnership (MHWP) run a number of school visits and other activities for youngsters and community groups to find out more about recycling across the region.

Many of the MHWP’s sites also have their own visitor education centres and some partners have signed up to ‘Waste Watch’ – a national schools’ project which shares ideas and examples of best practice http://keepbritaintidy.org/Endingwaste/1325.

If you would like to find out more about local waste management in your area please contact your district:

Halton Borough Council
Tel: 0303 333 4300
Email: hdl@halton.gov.uk

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Tel: 0151 443 2400
Web: http://www.knowsley.gov.uk/get-in-touch/contact-customer-services

Liverpool City Council
Tel: 0151 233 3000
Email: environmental.services@liverpool.gov.uk

Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority:
Ms Chris O’Brien
Tel: 0151 255 2577
Email: chris.obrien@merseysidewda.gov.uk

(MRWA can also arrange visits to local Recycling Centres for schools and groups).

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
Tel: 0845 1400 845
Web: https://forms.sefton.gov.uk/contactform/

St. Helens Metropolitan Borough Council
Tel: 01744 456 000
Web: https://www.sthelens.gov.uk/contact-us/

Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council
Tel: 0151 606 2004
Web: https://www.wirral.gov.uk/about-council/contact-us/how-contact-council<?a>