Glenuig energy project to improve recycling point and village hall

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The Glenuig Less Energy, More Recycle project will include a local glass recycling facility and information campaign and improvements to the energy efficiency of Glenuig Hall.

Glenuig Community Association has been awarded a grant of £8,311 from the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund for the Glenuig Less Energy, More Recycle project.

The project will increase recycling in the Glenuig area through provision of a local glass recycling facility and an information campaign. Work will also be done to improve the energy efficiency of Glenuig Hall through installation of LED lighting and upgrades to insulation and draught proofing.

The funding award includes a maximum amount of £3,916 from the European Regional Development Fund.