The list of can bank
locations is on the website www.
Coventry Recycling of Waste (CROW) is urging city residents to take a trip to their local can bank to help boost the charity's income.
We'd really like to thank the public who are continuing to use Coventry's can banks and we'd like to ask everyone to make use of their local can bank because it will benefit a Coventry charity.
As well as sorting every can bank in the city, the charity collects paper from local businesses and supplies shredded paper as bedding for the chimps at Twycross Zoo.
Each time you've used a can bank in Coventry - whether it was in a supermarket car park or at a recycling point - your can was taken to Sparkbrook Street, Hillfields.
Newspapers, magazines and printer paper comes from offices, schools and colleges across Warwickshire, while cans flood in from can banks around the city.
It recycles about 9-10% of the used beverage cans exported in Cyprus and now has can banks
all over Cyprus with the list locations available at www.
The centre processes cans collected from 340, 000 homes in Liverpool, Sefton and St Helens, as well as the cans collected from 730 can banks
-- which could amount to nearly 75m cans or up to 3, 000 tonnes of steel a year.
The charity, based in Sparkbrook Street, Hillfields, relies on aluminium cans from can banks at public recycling points and in supermarket car parks.
But they fear their income will dry up as people bypass the can banks and use their new blue-lidded bins instead.
The recycling centre has a workforce, some of whom have disabilities, who are responsible for sorting cans from all supermarket and street can banks
across the city.
Members of Nuneaton and Bedworth's environmental health committee are this week expected to approve paying Pounds 280 a year to have its can banks
sorted by a specialist company.