RecoMed, the PVC takeback scheme for single-use medical devices, has launched its new website – www.recomed.co.uk – in response to rising interest from the healthcare sector in reducing and recycling plastic waste.
Representatives from CMS Window Systems were invited to a special event to share stories of how a growing manufacturing business can make a positive contribution.
Newton Waterproofing has announced that it saved 5.174 tonnes of plastic from going to landfill in 2019, thanks to its recycling service.
Hilton Banks has launched its best selling HB42 All-in-One Sealant and Adhesive in 400ml Eco-Foils, removing the environmental problem of disposing of the single use plastic cartridge.
With statistics often quoted about the amount of waste sent to landfill, businesses are looking to reduce waste and operate more efficiently; Freefoam can help.
CMS Window Systems has maintained a zero waste to landfill rate for the second year in a row, ensuring it continues to lead the way in the re-use and recycling of waste.
CMS Window Systems have reported that its waste recycling and re-use levels hit 100% for the financial year 2017 – 2018.
As part of REHAU’s commitment to the environment and endeavours to turn the tide on plastic waste, the company has sponsored a beach clean at Lligwy, North Wales.
Visqueen has achieved Zero Waste to Landfill certification from Valpak at its Heanor and Rhymney manufacturing sites, underlining the strong environmental credentials of the business.
Keith Freegard, director of plastics recycler Axion Polymers, believes landfilling, as opposed to incineration, could be the best option for dealing with the UK’s waste plastic levels rising.