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Bailey's green target

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Bailey of Bristol has emphasised its green credentials with the introduction of a new re-cycling scheme.

Under the new initiative Bailey now re-cycles 50% of its total waste products. Following a £115,000 investment in new waste processing equipment, timber, aluminium, polystyrene, paper, cardboard and plastic film can be now re-cycled.

According to Bailey, this not only minimises the negative environmental impact but also lowers the cost of production, meaning cheaper caravans for the consumer.

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