We thank the following organisations for their support.
With paper accounting for as much as 20 per cent of the nation's
domestic waste stream, recycling used newspapers and magazines makes
a major contribution to reducing the growing problems of landfill
and waste disposal. Aylesford Newsprintis jointly owned by SCA Graphic
Paper and Mondi Europe, which have a wealth of experience in quality
paper manufacture. Aylesford's £250 million state-of-the-art
mill uses the latest technology to produce 380,000 tonnes of 100
per cent recycled newsprint every year.
Biffa Waste Services is one of the UK's largest waste management
companies providing environmentally advanced waste recycling, handling
and disposal services for industry, commerce and local government.
Through many areas of its work Biffa makes a considerable contribution
to UK recycling targets. They are part of the national recycling
chain for card, cans, glass, plastics and textiles and operate one
of the country's biggest regional waste recovery schemes reclaiming
6,500 tonnes of potential landfill material a year.
Glass is the trade association for the UK glass industry. One of
its most important tasks is the promotion of glass recycling on
behalf of container glass companies. British Glass understands the
importance of educating the community about the benefits of glass
recycling and has created a whole range of literature that is distributed
free of charge. This includes leaflets, posters, badges, balloons,
statistics and a 10-point glass recycling code.
Steel Packaging Recycling (CSPR) is the UK's centre of technical
and communications expertise on steel packaging recycling - established
to help raise the UK's steel recycling levels by facilitating and
promoting the further recovery and recycling of all types of steel
is a registered charity funded by organisations in the plastic packaging
supply, use and recycling chain. The aim of RECOUP is to promote
and facilitate post-consumer plastic container recycling in the
UK: to find ways to increase recycling levels and to overcome technical
and economic barriers to growth.
is a federation of more than 40 local Trusts in England, Wales and
Northern Ireland, each working with their partners to improve the
quality of the local environment, the lives of local people and
the profitability of local businesses. Groundwork works closely
with the Government and national assemblies, local authorities,
regional development agencies and businesses "to build sustainable
communities through joint environmental action".
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