Sustainability and environmental impact are rapidly becoming an essential staple of any business’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, and rightly so.
As we all know, saving money and maximising your profit are hugely significant factors in business, particularly after the past year. Waste management is an essential part of many businesses’ operations and we want to help you get the most of out of your money by putting together our top tips to keep waste and recycling collection costs down.
Lord Deben, Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has urged companies to avoid making “knee-jerk” decisions on plastics packaging whilst speaking at the Packaging Innovations Conference in London this month. Continue reading “Lord Deben on Business and Plastic Packaging”
In a bid to boost recycling figures and cut litter, the government has announced a deposit return scheme on all drink containers. This includes plastic, metal and glass.
Continue reading “Government: Deposit Returns to Go Ahead”
Simply Waste Solutions has appointed its first Digital Manager. This reflects the growing need for us as a business to manage our use of current and emerging technology as we continue to grow. Continue reading “Our Digital Manager”
To celebrate our landmark 10 year anniversary, we held a black-tie Charity Ball at the prestigious Tower of London in which £27,000 was raised our chosen charity; Shooting Star Children’s Hospices. The donations will help care for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, as well as supporting their families. Continue reading “Summer Ball Raises £27,000 for Charity”
Simply Cups, the UK’s ONLY active cup recycling scheme, has launched a number of exciting new initiatives at its third Annual Meeting that includes an extended collection service, a host of new members and, most importantly, a range of functional products created from the post-consumer materials that the scheme is recovering. Continue reading “Simply Cups launches a range of new products”
Every year the Chartered Institute of Wastes Management (CIWM), together with Catalyst Corporate Finance, analyse and identify the 50 fastest growing businesses in waste and resource management.