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Hit daytime TV show filmed at Bucks recycling centre

The hit daytime BBC One TV show Money for Nothing is currently being filmed at FCC Environment’s High Wycombe and Beaconsfield Household Recycling Centres, that the company runs on behalf of Buckinghamshire Council.

The show sees presenter Sarah Moore save everyday items that people have taken to their local Household Recycling Centres and transform them into new, valuable items which are then sold, with any profit being returned to the person who originally disposed of the item.

James Reseigh, Contract Manager at FCC Environment, commented: “The concept behind Money for Nothing is a fantastic way to show the public that there is still value in items that people may consider rubbish. It has been a pleasure to have the team at our High Wycombe and Beaconsfield sites filming, and we are really looking forward to seeing what the items are transformed into and how much they can get for them when the show airs.”