Teddy bears to garden chairs: Hasbro launches UK recycling scheme for toys

Cecilia Keating
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Sesame Street is just one of Hasbro's toy brands.
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Sesame Street is just one of Hasbro's toy brands.

Partnership with TerraCycle follows success of similar initiatives in Germany, Canada, Brazil and US

Toy maker Hasbro has become the latest major brand to partner with TerraCycle to offer a free, UK-wide recycling programme for its products, enabling customers to send back old toys to be transformed into...

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