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More than 90 expired car baby seats were dropped off at the Compost Education Centre last Saturday.  - Photo submitted
More than 90 expired car baby seats were dropped off at the Compost Education Centre last Saturday.
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More than 90 expired car baby seats were dropped off at the Compost Education Centre last Saturday. They won’t be composted, but they will be recycled to make things like plastic furniture and fencing which means they aren’t filling up the landfill. The staff say thanks for everyone who dropped off the old seats.

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