May’s monthly recycling production report shows improved production across most grades.
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Ethical behaviour is an integral part of what we do and is the best path for our customers and suppliers, our staff, and the environment.
Our people are the key to our success. We foster an open and inclusive culture for all and encourage diversity. We treat our employees with respect and are proud of our equal opportunities. Our staff are consulted on matters that affect them, and they, in turn, play an active role in helping to shape our business.
We are committed to doing things the right way, by being fair and ethical. Our customers and suppliers receive a service that is of the highest quality and offers value for money. Our ISO 9001:2015 certification provides peace of mind that we are committed to the continual improvement of our services, and assurance that we work within a robust management framework and to the highest standards. We have also made a pledge to promote responsible behaviour throughout our supply chain.
We are committed to sustainable business principles and aim for the most environmentally friendly methods of running our business. Environmental impact is becoming an increasingly important issue across the globe, and we are committed to a programme of continual improvement to assess and reduce all environmental aspects and their impacts as a result of our business; We have been awarded certification for ISO 14001:2015, the globally recognised environmental standard.
Our ability to make a difference to the world we live in is the key driving force behind all that we do. We recognise the positive impact we can have to help generate revenues for, and awareness of, good causes and awareness campaigns. We have made a pledge to donate at least 1 per cent of our profits each quarter to charitable causes or awareness campaigns.
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With recycling rates falling by 2% (44%) across England and the failure to meet the 2020 target of 50% of household waste to be recycled, consumers and those in the waste industry alike question what the solution is to falling recycling rates.
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