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The initiative, promoted by the SEUR Foundation, consists of the turning in of plastic caps to a recycling plant to help children with severe health problems.

Since its commencement in 2011, more than 130 children have accessed medical treatments and orthopaedics not covered by public healthcare, thanks to the recycling of 4000 tons of caps, and the emission of 6000 tons of CO2, the main gas causing climate change, has been avoided.

For this reason an identifiable cardboard box has been placed in the school entrance, so that students can deposit their caps. 

We thank and expect everyone’s collaboration to demonstrate our compromise with sustainability and solidarity!

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