New recycling initiative at Hull

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While they are in custody prisoners accumulate clothing and small electrical goods which they have bought from their prison “wages” of between £10-£15 per week. When they are released many do not want to take these items with them, and up until recently the prison was required to destroy these items.

A new initiative has been trialed at Hull where a selection of these articles are being gifted to a number of local charity shops for onwards sale and fundraising; a win for the environment and for the charity!

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