‘Eco-frenchie’ the dog to lend a paw in Re-imagine Resource Centre’s latest eco-friendly mission

04 November, 2016 - 15:00



An eco-friendly resource centre in Witchford will be paid a visit by its furry mascot this week.

‘Eco-frenchie,’ the eco-friendly dog will be making an appearance at the Re-imagine Resource Centre to lend a hand in making pet coats using non-recyclable materials which often get discarded by businesses across the region.

Manager, Ruth Marley, said: “We stock all kinds of great resources but we are working on using high-viz materials which cannot be recycled and has to go to landfill.

“We make these fantastic dog coat kits and kiddi-cuff kits out of this material and they are proving very popular. “We’re turning waste things into great things, without costing the earth.”

For more information, search ‘Re-imagine Resource Centre’ on Facebook.

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