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Reducing shoot waste

Agri.Cycle along with the Clay Pigeon Company (Laporte) have managed to double the amount of spent shotgun cartridges recycled in the UK. In a combined effort 16million cartridges were turned into other plastic products produced by Agri.Cycle in 2015.

One of the main waste costs of any clay pigeon shooting ground is the spent shells left by shooters however this can now be reduced and the resource reused. Shooting grounds using Laporte clays from the Clay Pigeon Company can now return their used cartridges when the new delivery of clay pigeons is made for a nominal transport cost saving the ground money on skip and landfill charges.

Once the spent cartridges are returned to the Lincolnshire based Agri.Cycle 100% of the cartridge waste is recycled along with other plastic farm and industrial plastic collected. The waste is then turned in to other products including garden furniture, water butts, flooring and other heavy duty plastic items.

To find more information and start to recycle your shotgun cartridge waste in the UK contact  www.agri-cycle.uk.com

Mark Treverton writes...

It was a pleasure to talk with you at the recent British Shooting Show. I briefly touched on the latest Central London venue for Clay Pigeon Shooting and as promised here are further details, please spread the word amongst your clients and shooting friends our contact details are at the foot of the page.

It sounds unbelievable, but it’s true. Midlands-based sports shooting experts Marksman Leisure have teamed up with the Royal Hospital Chelsea in order to make this possible.

“No longer do you have to travel out of town to host a clay shoot”, says Mark Treverton, managing director of Marksman Leisure. “Now you can invite your clients to an exclusive shoot right here in central London, where you can also wine and dine them at the Royal Hospital”.

A designated CPSA safety officer with decades of experience, Treverton holds the only such licence to be issued in London. “The Section 11(6) licence allows both experienced shooters and novices to use shotguns on site under supervision – just as with any other clay shoot”, he explains.

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