Lower quality means higher contamination – which means that material intended for recycling might end up in energy recovery, or, even worse, landfill.\n
Paper can become contaminated by any non-fibre material, from food to plastics, and plastics can be contaminated by other material streams, too. That’s why we work with our customers to segregate their recycling, drive down contamination, increase potential revenue, and boost their recycling rates.","text2":"
It’s also imperative that the right infrastructure is in place to allow for better quality recycling. As an active member of several industry organisations, we are at the forefront of campaigning for consistency of policy and communication to aid better recycling systems in both the municipal and commercial markets.
A high quality of raw material ensures that what we collect for recycling can actually be recycled. That means we can waste less, and work towards circular economy aspirations."}">