We are launch a recycling campaign this February which will showcase how to restore furniture and transform unwanted items of clothing and jewellery.
Our Trash to Treasure workshops aim to provide practical skills to get the most out of unwanted household items.
As part of our Making L1578 Even Greener project (funded by the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority's Community Fund), we have organised a number of 3 hour sessions to take place on each Wednesday in February at the old library in Lodge Lane.
We hope the sessions will play a part in helping connect students and some of the many communities that live locally.
Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority chairperson Councillor Graham Morgan said: “Liverpool has a huge population of students and they all have a role to play in helping cut the amount of waste we have to send to landfill.
“Sessions like these are a great idea, not just because they encourage recycling but because they help build a real sense of civic pride.”
Our Trash to Treasure recycling workshops take place from 1pm - 4pm on February 4, 11, 18 and 25. Students and local residents wishing to attend can turn up on the day or contact us on
0151 734 4925 for more information.