Households help those in need through ‘recycling rewards’

Claire McCallum, Communications Manager at Bryson Recycling, is pictured with Sarah Logue, Activity Worker at MACS.
Claire McCallum, Communications Manager at Bryson Recycling, is pictured with Sarah Logue, Activity Worker at MACS.

Households in Carrick are providing a lifeline for young people across Northern Ireland in crisis through Bryson Recycling.

Households are encouraged to recycle more plastic, glass and paper for a worthwhile cause.

Supporting Children and Young People (MACS) has received a helping hand towards a new ground-breaking therapeutic home outside Belfast.

Eric Randall, director at Bryson Recycling, commented: “The Recycling Rewards demonstrates how simple, everyday tasks such as recycling household items can benefit those in need. We are delighted to be able to donate £9500 for ‘My House’ that will provide a regular home life for children enabling them to live life to its fullest.”