Fota Wildlife park promotes drinks can recycling

21 May 2019
By Elaine Murphy
elaine@TheCork.ie

Fota Wildlife Mascot Larry The Lemur with Róisín O’Brien, Programme Manager of Every Can Counts and Lynda Sweeney, Head of Education at Fota Wildlife Park launching the Every Can Counts campaign in Fota Wildlife Park.
Every Can Counts has donated several recycling bins to Fota Wildlife Park, who has begun phasing out the sale of fizzy drinks in plastic bottles in favour or recyclable aluminium canned drinks in its gift shop and ice cream kiosk. Every Can Counts has donated several green branded bins which are located close to the outlets selling the drinks cans within the Wildlife Park – by the Meerkat enclosure by the main entrance and in the food stall area in the Asian Sanctuary. Fota Wildlife Park has introduced this new initiative with the aim of further reducing, reusing and recycling waste being produced in the Park.
Pic Darragh Kane
Pic Darragh Kane
Pic Darragh Kane
Pic Darragh Kane
Every Can Counts has donated several recycling bins to Fota Wildlife Park, who has begun phasing out the sale of fizzy drinks in plastic bottles in favour or recyclable aluminium canned drinks in its gift shop and ice cream kiosk. Every Can Counts has donated several green branded bins which are located close to the outlets selling the drinks cans within the Wildlife Park – by the Meerkat enclosure by the main entrance and in the food stall area in the Asian Sanctuary. Fota Wildlife Park has introduced this new initiative with the aim of further reducing, reusing and recycling waste being produced in the Park.
Pic Darragh Kane

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