It’s easy to say: ‘companies need to recycle more’. We get it. You can’t just act without exploring how it affects your business. And where do you even start?
To achieve your Corporate Social & Environmental (CSER) targets while maximising profitability, you need one thing: actionable insight.
So, we set up Europe’s largest commercial recycling research project to provide the answers your company is searching for.
It allows you to understand current practices and explore opportunities for (as well as barriers to) the improvement of your recycling systems.
From user behaviour to management buy-in, the research aims to create a detailed and nuanced picture of the state of commercial recycling. It’s designed to highlight the concrete steps you can take to improve your sustainability credentials, meet your targets, and create a greener world for everyone.
Better still, Love Recycling gives you a chance to see how you stack up against the competition in your sector – something that could make a huge difference to your customers.
Take the survey now to see how recycling can transform your approach to business.
2020 European Recycling Research Report
What Do You Need to Know?
The finished report will be brimming with insight you can use to improve your business. By completing the survey, you’ll also receive a personal report for your company – highlighting the actions that will have the most impact, while showing where you stand within your sector.
The research project will encompass a wide range of perspectives. From the C-Suite to the cleaning teams, the results will deliver a thorough understanding of current recycling practices. In terms of sectors, it’s aimed mainly at Foodservice & Hospitality, Institutional, Property Management, Travel & Entertainment, and MRO businesses.
The first step is to complete the survey. We’ll process the results and send you a link on 20 March 2020 to download the full report.
The full report will be published on 20 March 2020. It’ll be available to download from this site. If you’ve completed the survey, you’ll receive a link to the research on 20 March 2020.