Massy Stores CEO Derek Winford, right, demonstrates how the Kansmacker’s reverse vending machine works at Massy Stores, West Mall, Westmoorings, last week. At left is Joseph Rahael. —Photo: Curtis Chase

Recycling company Kansmacker Recycling, believes the key to increasing recycling participation in Trinidad and Tobago is to offer incentives. It has partnered with Massy Stores to do just that.

When they deposit plastic containers and aluminium cans into Kansmacker’s reverse vending machines (RVMs), located at some Massy outlets, Massy customers will be rewarded with points.

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