Update - Recycled Week 2012 - 18-22nd June
Recycle Week 2011 - 20 to 26th June.
This years theme is 'Recycling - Home & Away' - its about recycling that bit more & not just at home. This year also marks a collaboration with the Keep Britain Tidy Campaign.
Recycled Week 2010 confirmed as 21st to 27th June.
Recycled Week 2009 22nd to 28th June
Wider in scope this recycle week will focused more on waste prevention with the theme 'Lets Waste Less..'
Recycle Week 2008 kicks off Monday 2nd June.
Recycle Now Week 2007
The Big Recycle has been recycled! New branding means Recycle Now Week is the exciting national campaign to encourage people to recycle more household waste. It launched on Saturday June 2, 2007 and the theme was transformation.
The Big Recycle 2006 - during the week commencing 5th June coordinated activities took place across the country involving local, regional and national organisations.With plenty of time to plan for next year's BIG recycle the organising team is confident of building on the successes of the past two years by involving, and reaching, even more people.
Big recycle 2005.
Building on its tremendous success in 2004, the BIG recycle will began on 27 June 2005 with a week of promotional events, press articles, television and radio interviews, spearheaded by a leading celebrity.
Almost 250 local authorities took part in the last week, running various promotions under 'the BIG recycle' banner.
This included Manchester City Council's record-breaking attempt to produce the world's largest sheet of recycled paper, Leicester City Council's week of public roadshows and recycling features in the Leicester Mercury newspaper, and Northampton Borough Council's involvement in a live recycling phone-in on BBC Radio.
This high-profile promotional and educational campaign will encourage the public to recycle more household waste.
The initiative is being jointly organised and funded in partnership with WRAP, by leading materials recycling organisations Alcan, British Glass, Corus, PaperChain, Recoup and the leading producer responsibility scheme Valpak. Developed in consultation with LARAC, the organising team also includes international recycling organisation Planet Ark and international remanufacturer Environmental Business Products