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ShP signs M&S recycling website deal

Paul Withers
November 10, 2010

Website set up under the M&S brand to enable customers to recycle electrical products in return for vouchers

Electrical product recycling company ShP has teamed up with Marks & Spencer (M&S) to launch a recycling website under the M&S brand.

The site rewards customers recycling old handsets, laptops, cameras, SatNavs and MP3 players with M&S vouchers. Customers can also donate to M&S charity partners, which include Shelter and Newlife.

ShP co-founder Simon Walsh said: “It’s fantastic to team up with M&S to launch this service. Their environmentally friendly commitments tally with ours and our service provides a convenient way to dispose of unwanted electronics safely and responsibly in return for M&S quality.”

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