Linking to our site and using our Heart logo
Recycling.co.uk is happy for other organisations to place links to our website from their website if appropriate.
If you love Recycling as much as we do then you will probably want to use our Heart shaped Recycling logo. We have several trademarks within the Recycling category and providing that you provide us with the ‘credit’ of ownership by linking to http://www.recycling.co.uk we are quite happy for you to add them to your very own website!
No authorisation is required to place a link from your website to Recycling.co.uk however; you may not use our logo, images taken from our website, or imply a relationship with Recycling.co.uk without authorisation.
No authorisation is given nor any liability taken for any illegal, immoral or dishonest use of the logo or use of the logo on any site containing illegal, immoral or dishonest content. The logo must not be used in this context. Permission to use the logo may be withdrawn at any time.
Using the Recycling.co.uk logo(s)
Guidelines for the use of our logo:
- The Recycling.co.uk logo must always be accompanied by a link to the Recycling.co.uk website.
- Any person or organisation using the logo as a referral link to the Recycling.co.uk website must in no way claim or imply a relationship with Recycling.co.uk which has not been authorised.
- You must not use terms such as “sponsored by”, “affiliated with” etc, without our permission.
- Please contact the Recycling.co.uk team if you would like to request authorisation to use one of these references or another term.
Using images from the Recycling.co.uk website
Under no circumstances must an image from the Recycling.co.uk website be used without our prior authorisation. This would infringe copyright laws and is subject to prosecution.
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