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Connect with a greener Colchester

Connect with a greener Colchester

Connect with a greener Colchester

The team here at Origin Legal are always keen to ‘do their bit’ for the environment and their local community. That’s why this month we’re keen to get involved, and encourage Colchester residents to join in, with Colchester Arts Centre and En-form’s “Cables Amnesty”. The campaign is encouraging Colchester residents to consider the environment by digging out their collection of superfluous cables and disposing of them in a responsible, green way.

How are Origin Legal getting involved?

We’ve set up a collection box at our Lodge Park HQ, for our friends and neighbours to drop off their unwanted cables and wires for the Origin team to pass on to “Cables Amnesty” on Sunday 28th October. So if, like us, you have a multitude of leads you’re ready to recycle, get in touch by giving us a call or by dropping by the office. We’ll do the rest.

The whole Origin Legal team are excited at the opportunity to ‘be more green’ as well as having the ideal excuse for a bit of a de-clutter – and hope the Colchester community will agree.

The campaign itself will culminate at the Colchester Farmers’ Market at the Colchester Arts Centre on Friday 2nd November, where you can drop off your cables for recycling or rehoming; why not pop along on the day? For more information about the campaign and how you can get involved, read the full article on the Gazette website.

Get in touch to discuss today by contacting: Jason Nottage – [email protected] – 01206 233500

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