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Paper bank

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20 Tokai Road, Tokai
Cape Town
Western Cape
Letchworth Drive, Edgemead
Cape Town
Western Cape
81 SHANNON ROAD
NOORDHEUWEL
KRUGERSDORP
Gauteng
Hv Oshoek & Tipperary
Faerie Glen
Hv Oshoek & Tipperary
Faerie Glen
27 Picton Street,
Parow,
Cape Town
Rammapudu str
Mamelodi
27 MAGNET ROAD
WITFIELD, BOKSBURG
BOKSBURG
Gauteng
1459
27 MAGNET ROAD
WITFIELD, BOKSBURG
BOKSBURG
Gauteng
1459
6 Goede Hoop Ave, Brackenfell
Cape Town
Western Cape
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Ideas

  • Run a paper drive every term
  • Motivate learners, parents and teachers to bring paper every week
  • Introduce a recycling art contest (winners' posters then prominently displayed around school to promote recycling and can be used in school newsletters and school newspapers)
  • Start recycling initiatives that encourages recycling of all materials (paper, glass, cans and plastic)
  • Celebrate National Recycling Day every September
  • Use your paper drive as a fundraising and educational initiative

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Bulk Bag – we supply a bulk bag at a cost of R30-00 each

  • We supply a bulk bag for the collection and storage of your paper and flattened cardboard
  • An invoice will be sent to you for the payment of the bulk bag
  • Once proof of payment has been sent, your bulk bag will be delivered by the driver
  • Should you wish to purchase additional bulk bags – please request
  • The driver will weigh your full bulk bag, then exchange it for an empty one
Ronnie Bank Requirements
  • We only provide a Ronnie Bank when you supply us with 500kgs consistently
  • We require a supply of at least one full Ronnie Bank per month
  • A full Ronnie Bank holds 500kgs
  • The Ronnie Bank must be located in a place which allows easy access for a 16 tonne collection vehicle
  • Ronnie Banks that stand empty for three consecutive months will be removed
  • Involve learners, teachers, parents, companies & community members to collect paper in order to support the Ronnie Bank on a weekly basis
Collections
  • Please note that collections are NOT done automatically; however, they are free of charge
  • Each school & community supplier is required to contact their Mpact Recycling branch to request collections when your bulk bags or Ronnie Banks are full
  • You will be required to supply vendor number or name (supplied to you upon registration) when you request the collection
Payment
  • Once collected, we pay for every tonne of paper
  • All payments for the recycling collected will be made via EFT only
  • 30 day payment term from the date of collection
  • A detailed Remittance Advice will be sent via email advising of the tonnage received and payments made to you

Recycling is a GREAT Fundraising Initiative!

CAN BE RECYCLED

  • Any form of paper (white & colour)
  • Office & shredded paper
  • Envelopes
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines & brochures (including glossy varieties)
  • Cardboard boxes of any kind e.g. cereal, dry food, tissue boxes etc. (flattened)
  • Roll cores – toilet roll & paper towel cores
  • Old telephone directories & books
  • Paper gift wrap
  • Egg cartons
  • Milk & juice cartons (Tetra Pak – flattened)
  • Paper cups

CAN’T BE RECYCLED BY MPACT RECYCLING

  • Polystyrene cups & plates
  • Paper plates
  • Yoghurt cartons
  • Sweet & chip wrappers
  • Blueprint paper
  • Cigarette ends
  • Carbon paper
  • Tissues & paper towels
  • Post-it notes
  • Waxed cartons (frozen fish cartons)
  • Dog food & cement packaging
  • Wax coated paper wrappings

Gauteng Department of Education

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The Gauteng Department of Education is mandated to provide compulsory basic education to all learners in the province progressively, including learners with special needs and early childhood education. The Department therefore; seeks to provide access to quality teaching, learning and assessment for all learners in the Gauteng Province.The Gauteng Department of Education is mandated to provide compulsory basic education to all learners in the province progressively, including learners with special needs and early childhood education. The Department therefore; seeks to provide access to quality teaching, learning and assessment for all learners in the Gauteng Province.

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