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Leicester Tigers aims to reduce plastic use after signing new deal with STACK-CUP

Leicester Tigers has taken a big step in reducing its plastic use after agreeing a brand new partnership with STACK-CUP – the eco-friendly reusable and recyclable cup brand. Between 16,000 and 18,000 pints are sold at Welford Road Stadium at ...

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Optimise recycling and waste

Recycling is often perceived to be confusing, time consuming, and costly, so Method have redesigned the way modern organisations deal with recycling and waste. Saving you and your organisation time, money and recyclables. Method’s beautiful 60L bins are placed together ...

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Selecta UK Ltd launches new SelectaGreen Cup Recycling service for the workplace in partnership with Veolia

Selecta UK LTD (“Selecta UK”), a group company of Selecta AG, Europe’s leading route-based unattended self-serve coffee and convenience food retailer and Veolia have announced the launch of the new SelectaGreen Cup Recycling Service for the workplace and ‘on the ...

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Multi-million-pound upgrade for Paper Round’s MRF

Paper Round, established in 1988 by Friends of the Earth and now a separate commercial company, has just invested £2.5 million in upgrading its Purfleet Materials Recycling Facility. The optimisation of the MRF will see a 300% increase in capacity ...

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Planet before profit

Nick Oettinger, Managing Director of The Furniture Recycling Group, looks at the need for effective policies to recycle bulky waste and promote a circular economy Every year, we throw out 1.6 million tonnes of bulky waste in the UK, and ...

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Wellington company utilising recycled content for the production of recycling bins

Sometimes scrutinised for making a product focused on waste reduction out of fully recyclable virgin polypropylene – NZ company Method have found success following their considered design process that ensures a long term focus is maintained. The organisation recently announced ...

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The future of waste

  Harvey Laud, Divisional Director at Reconomy, considers the likely impact of Defra’s resources and waste strategy on the FM sector Last December, Defra published its long-awaited and highly anticipated ‘Resources and waste strategy for England.’ The document set out ...

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Lasting value

A recent survey by FMJ and Grundon Waste Management revealed that many organisations struggle to convince staff of the need to recycle. How can employees be encouraged to think and act more sustainably? For many of us, a typical day ...

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Wellington company utilising recycled content for the production of recycling bins

Sometimes scrutinised for making a product focused on waste reduction out of fully recyclable virgin polypropylene – NZ company Method have found success following their considered design process that ensures a long term focus is maintained. The organisation recently announced ...

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Plastic isn’t the problem

Our infrastructure is, argues Steve Fox, Purchasing Director, Bartlett Mitchell. Why banning the use of plastic packaging isn’t the answer, having a strategic government policy to enable an integrated recycling infrastructure is Until we have an efficient UK wide infrastructure ...

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