The grant of £750 has been provided by Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd (WREN) who distribute the Landfill Tax Credits of Waste Recycling Group Plc (WRG). The allocation and distribution of the grant has been made by the Nottinghamshire Historic Churches Trusts, a registered charity whose aims are to assist with the restoration of historic churches and chapels of all Christian denominations throughout Nottinghamshire.
"We are very pleased to be able to help finance this project which will ensure that a bit of Nottinghamshire's rich church heritage is preserved for generations to come," says Simon Settle of Waste Recycling Environmental.
WREN (Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd) is an Environmental Body that distributes Landfill Tax Credits of Waste Recycling Group Plc.
The Landfill Tax Credit Scheme gives waste management companies the opportunity to divert 20% of their Landfill Tax into community, environmental, research and education projects. For more details about WREN visit www.wren.org.uk
Waste Recycling Group Plc operates across England from East Anglia and Essex through Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire and across the Pennines to Cheshire, the North East and North Wales.
The Group provides a range of facilities to receive, treat, recycle and dispose of more than six million tonnes of waste a year.
Facilities include a network of waste transfer stations and recycyling centres, theree liquid waste treatment plants and energy from waste plant as well as landfill sites.