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Watch Our Short Film on The Environmental Impact of Commercial Waste

Across our planet, the degenerating effects of commercial waste can be seen in the water, on land and in the life that inhabits these environments.

What can we do to improve and increase commercial recycling before the effects become irreversible?

The Love Recycling Audit Tool

The Love Recycling Audit tool is helping businesses save money by improving recycling performance. Across Europe, as businesses begin to reopen, they are reassessing and enhancing their cleaning and waste management processes to meet new standards. In our commercial recycling study this year, businesses across the continent told us that cost is a factor in how much recycling they can undertake. To support the businesses using this time to reassess their recycling procedures we’re offering a free tool that helps you:
  • Understand what changes can be made to existing processes
  • Review the potential savings from updating recycling processes
  • Discuss recycling with RCP’s Recycling Specialists in a dedicated consultancy session
Take the Audit woday and we’ll use your responses to determine potential savings and offer you advice on how you can maximise your recycling activities.

The love recycling open day​

RCP recently ran its second Sustainability and Innovation Open Day at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London. The highlight was the unveiling of the ground breaking Love Recycling initiative and European Recycling Report. The event saw a great turnout of customers representing a broad range of sectors. RCP took the opportunity to showcase their latest innovations in Recycling, Skin Care, Material Handling, and Cleaning and Safety Solutions. With a growing sense of anticipation in the hall, the RCP Love Recycling initiative was unveiled – one of the largest Commercial Recycling and Waste Management research initiatives across Europe. A panel of experts, which included Michael Foreman (Don’t Waste), Kat Fletcher (Waste Reduction Expert), Mike Nicholson, (Research Expert) and Paul Kelly from RCP, discussed the changing face of recycling, while offering relevant insight on the challenges and opportunities that are available in the workplace.

Watch an edited highlight of the panel discussion here:

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