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Leaders in plastic recycling and sustainable refuse sacks at Interclean Amsterdam

RPC bpi recycled products and ESE World are exhibiting at Interclean Amsterdam 2018 between 15-18 May on Stand 12.705 – together they offer a joint waste management solution from the RPC Group.

The companies are leaders in their respective fields and jointly offer customers a large selection of high-quality products and services – RPC bpi recycled products is the leading manufacturer of refuse sacks and ESE World is the leader in providing temporary storage solutions for waste and recyclable materials.

The business supports the circular economy by preserving the environment by upcycling plastic material and turning it into second-life products. With the scope and expertise to recycle over 70,000 tonnes of plastic material each year, the company gives new life to polythene from commercial, industrial, packaging and agricultural sources across Europe.

As concepts of the circular economy take hold across the globe, RPC bpi recycled products has forged compelling solutions to environmental problems. Every tonne of polythene the company recycles, for example, saves 1.8 tonnes of crude oil, reduces energy usage by two thirds, uses 90 per cent less water and cuts sulphur dioxide emissions by 33 per cent.

Lorcan Mekitarian, Sales Director, RPC bpi recycled products adds: “Creating a sustainable culture is a core commitment to both our customers and the environment, and part of our group strategy, with dedicated investment, targets and measures in place. As a business we take our green credentials, our dedication to sustainability and the circular economy very seriously.”

The company’s focus on environmentally sound products as well as best practices has also led to a host of ISO accreditations recognising the sustainable thrust of its manufacturing. The recycled farm plastics used to make the company’s award-winning Green Sack range, for example, has a carbon footprint estimated to be at least 35 per cent less than imported refuse sacks from the Far East.

Innovative Sustainability
The need for innovative products and services came into sharp focus recently when the UK Government published details in January of its 25-year Environmental Plan. Ministers vowed to eradicate all avoidable plastic waste in the UK by 2042, improve the natural environment and throw much more emphasis on innovation in plastics to keep it out of landfill and our oceans.

Lorcan Mekitarian explains: “Technology is advancing at speed and some manufacturers struggle to keep up, let alone stay at the leading edge. Firms that successfully launch innovation in manufacturing must have a strong strategy and a culture that both nurtures and encourages innovation at all levels of the business, not just the executive team.”

By focusing investment on the twin towers of innovation and customer service, RPC bpi recycled products has pioneered several market-leading products. Reprocessing post-consumer packaging has enabled the company to use the recovered material to develop The Green Sack – now the UK’s leading refuse sack brand and specifically tailored to meeting customers’ growing environmental demands.

The Green Sack
Such innovation pays dividends. Recently the company won a Green Apple Environment Award at a ceremony in the Houses of Parliament, London in recognition of its best practices which have resulted in the company achieving Valpak accreditation for ‘Zero Waste to Landfill’ across 75% of its sites.

Meet the RPC bpi recycled products and ESE team and find out more at Interclean on Stand 12.705.

For more information visit www.bpi-refuse.com


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