As part of our commitment to the fundamental need for transparency in the waste and recycling industry, we have released our first ever impact report.
At Ecosurety we always strive to maximise the impact that we can make on our members behalf, and this entails going beyond basic compliance whenever we can.
This has never been so important with household recycling rates stagnating whilst key issues are thrust into the spotlight, such as the inadequacies of domestic recycling infrastructure and the impact of single use packaging.
Our new report shows where we have invested across the four key areas of education, collaboration, innovation and infrastructure, and the benefits and learnings that have occurred as a result. It also highlights where we commit to focus our efforts and investments in 2018.
Available to download now
Discover our journey to help reach the end destination of better UK recycling. This includes national public awareness campaigns, education workshops funded by PRN investment, key strategic partnerships that are helping to break new ground, an innovative plastic recycling research project and our own CSR activities.
Managing director James Piper commented “2017 was an incredible year for Ecosurety and an unprecedented one for the environmental industry as a whole. This report illustrates how passionate we are about maximising the positive impact of our members compliance obligations, whether we are working on their behalf or directly collaborating."
"In this way we can help to change the compliance market for the better and improve UK recycling. This ultimately benefits all of us, including those not directly involved in the world of producer responsibility.”
To download the impact report please click here.
If you would like to collaborate with us to make a tangible impact on UK recycling, please call us on 0333 4330 370.
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