Rainbow installation by St. Paul’s Cathedral shining a light on the importance of recycling

If you’re lucky enough to go past St. Paul’s Cathedral on your daily commute, you might have noticed a giant rainbow installation that has appeared overnight. The rainbow is made from more than 2,500 recycled drink cans, highlighting the importance of recycling the more than 30 million drink cans that are bought and used each week across London. Chris Latham-Warde from Every Can Counts spoke to Helena about the project.

That rainbow will remain in place until Thursday 23rd September.

Tanya Francis 21st September 2021


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