TELEPHONE directories, including Yellow Pages, can now be recycled in the Recycle With Michael weekly collections.
Many people are currently receiving new Yellow Pages and Wrexham council is reminding residents about the new arrangements.
UPM Shotton has confirmed both types of phone books are suitable to be recycled.
Residents are encouraged to include directories in the green sacks along with their newspapers and magazines.
WREXHAM and Mold are among the top 50 home business hotspots.
Nearly one in five home businesses operate in a garage or garden shed, according to new research.
Wrexham achieves 35th spot while Mold sits in 41st.
The report, from Enterprise Nation, reveals home businesses are booming despite the economic crisis.
In total 66% expect to increase turnover in the next six months, while 58 % are developing new products and services.
New clothes for old
CUSTOMERS of plus size clothing store Annabelle’s will be able to help charity while beating the credit crunch.
In a scheme called New Rags for Old, the store, based at The Plassey, Eyton will be sending out pink carrier bags to customers who are asked to fill it with unwanted clothing and return it.
In return they will receive a £10 voucher to spend in store.
All clothing collected will be passed to Nightingale House Hospice Shop for resale.
Owners Sandra and Beryl say they are looking forward to receiving all the carrier bags back.
Annabelle’s is specialist store for ladies who want stylish plus-size clothes.
For more information visit Annabelle’s, 4 The Barn, Plassey Craft and Retail Centre, Eyton, Wrexham.