Population Matters

Recycle for good causes with Population Matters

Recycle for good causes with Population Matters


Recycling for good causes with Population Matters

Recycle — it’s your future!

Population Matters educates our society in an attempt to change mindsets towards more sustainable living — through smaller families, sustainable technologies and mindful consumption. This is our long-term goal and we are working tirelessly towards it. But what if we could achieve these long-term efforts and practice mindful consumption TODAY?

Recycle today, for a sustainable tomorrow

We are teaming up with Recycling for Good Causes to help us achieve our goal of sustainable consumption!

What can you do?

Did you know you can recycle unwanted jewellery, wrist watches and bank notes?

Have a broken chain sitting in your jewellery box? Recycling this small item has an unbelievably multiplying effect on our ability to live sustainably today and in the future.

It is completely FREE for you to send in:

  • ANY jewellery — gold, silver, costume jewellery, watches, broken and damaged items (like odd earrings, snapped chains or items with missing stones)
  • ANY unwanted banknotes — old and new. UK and foreign banknotes, including all the pre-Euro notes that are now worthless to you. (No coins, please.)

Just pop your items into your own envelope or jiffy bag and post free of charge to:

    Population Matters
    B77 4RP

You can also donate your stamps!

Please recycle your stamps and help us to help save the planet!

All kinds of stamps are welcome, on or off paper. Simply cut or carefully rip the postage stamp from the used envelope, being careful that you don’t damage the stamp, and once you have a collection pop them in an envelope, making sure you have the correct postage, and post it to:

    Population Matters
    PO Box 16992
    B73 9YA 

(Please note that this is NOT a freepost address.)

Recycling for good causes with Population Matters

The future is in your hands. Help us save our planet from mindless consumption while also fundraising for our advocacy work to change mindsets and encourage smaller, sustainable families.

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