To celebrate 10 years since the launch of their company, Agri.cycle, the farm plastic waste and shotgun cartridge recycling company, are proud to announce their link ups with the scholarship schemes of the Worshipful
Company of Farmers and QEST (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust), a charity formed and supported by Royal Warrant Holders.
Agri.cycle, based in Lincolnshire, who operate nationally via a series of farming collection points, has announced that a percentage of the revenue raised from recycling agricultural plastic and shotgun cartridges originating from either Royal Warrant Holders/QEST supporters, and members of the Worshipful Company of Farmers will be donated back to the scholarship schemes offered by the two organisations.
QEST funds the education of talented craftspeople through either college courses, apprenticeships or one-on-one training with masters and the Worshipful Company of Farmers is a dynamic organisation dedicated to advancing the farming industry and all those in it.
Robert Moore, managing director of Agri.cycle stated ‘We are delighted to offer our support to these two deserving scholarship schemes. I myself am a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Farmers and further to this Agri.cycle is a proud Royal Warrant Holder. Through these well respected schemes Agri.cycle is helping to support the future for farming and rural crafts. We are proud to be working for future generations of our industry’.