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The British Institute for Brain Injured Children (BIBIC) is appealing to computer users to help raise funds for charity by recycling their empty inkjet or...

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The British Institute for Brain Injured Children (BIBIC) is appealing to computer users to help raise funds for charity by recycling their empty inkjet or laser toner cartridges.

The charity recovers up to £6 on every empty cartridge it receives and last year managed to raise enough money through the initiative to fund the home-based therapy of 12 brain damaged youngsters. For further details, phone the BIBIC on 01278 684 060.

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