CHILDREN at St Mary's School are pledging their support for recycling by adding their thumb print to a poster produced by Waste Awareness Wales.
Launched as part of WAW's national Recycle for Wales media campaign, Thumbs up for Recycling has been designed to highlight the commitment to recycling shown by children across Wales.
Pupils made their own unique thumbprint on the poster to show their support.
John Bradbury, Wrexham's chief environment officer said: 'We need everyone in the county to get on board and use the recycling facilities available if we are to meet the national recycling target of 40% by 2010.
'The children of St Mary's have shown their willingness to recycle and now we are asking adults across the county to do the same.
'By using your local recycling facilities, you can make a huge difference and help preserve the environment for future generations to enjoy.'
In Wrexham the Recycle with Michael scheme now involves 24,000 households and is helping to reduce the amounts going to landfill every week.
Those who are not on the scheme can take their recyclable waste to one of the Neighbourhood Recycling Centres that are available around Wrexham.