The Recycling Association has been invited to be a partner at The Packaging Innovations Show taking place on 12th and 13th September at Olympia, London to help the packaging sector raise its recycling game.
The Recycling Association will once again be exhibiting at RWM.
Earlier today we received an emailed letter and poster, written by Rayer Fay from Northumberland who at just five years old is full of awesome feistiness.
The Recycling Association call for greater funding of recycling by retailers and manufacturers in response to NAO packaging report
Packaging manufacturers and retailers need to fund the cost of recycling more, according to The Recycling Association chief executive Simon Ellin.
There needs to be a relentless focus on improving the quality of recycled materials or risk losing markets, according to The Recycling Association.
There’s nothing like a live TV quiz to focus the mind. That’s how it felt sitting on the BBC Breakfast Red Sofa, first thing Saturday morning, giving a definitive answer on whether exhibit A or exhibit B could be recycled.
The Recycling Association chief executive Simon Ellin said: “Normally, we would welcome any proposal that in principle would lead to an improvement in quality. Clearly, a deposit return scheme for plastics bottles, glass bottles and cans is likely to lead to a purer stream of material to recycle.
Simon Ellin considers the impact of the Chinese restrictions on importing recovered paper and plastics under National Sword.