This toolkit is aimed to provide businesses a best practice guide on how to address the risks of modern slavery within the waste and recycling industry and supply chain.
Pedalling for purpose: Two electrical recyclers partner to make a difference to The Children’s Society in Shropshire
Two leading electrical recycling companies, AO Recycling and national waste electrical compliance scheme, REPIC have come together to mark the 15 year anniversary of the UK’s Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations with a donation of £2,000 to enhance the well-being and future prospects of young people in the Shropshire area. AO Recycling, the…
Pedalling for purpose: Local electrical recyclers join forces to support two Perthshire good causes
Binn Group and REPIC joined forces to make a substantial contribution to the Strathardle Highland Games and Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA). The heart-warming charity endeavour was part of a nationwide event organised to mark the 15th anniversary of electrical recycling in the UK.
REPIC supports social enterprise with sustainable employment for the Highlands
When REPIC became the producer compliance scheme for The Highland Council in 2009, REPIC agreed to continue to employ ILM Highland to make the HWRC collections of waste electricals to benefit this local enterprise and the wider community.