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Food Manufacturers can recycle equipment destined for landfill or incineration

TerraCycle, which is known for tackling 'hard-to-recycle' waste, has created a range of Zero Waste Boxes designed to allow food manufacturers to recycle items such as hair nets, earplugs, disposable gloves and safety equipment. These are items that are not collected by councils and waste management companies for recycling so are traditionally destined for landfills or incineration.

Keeping up the momentum on reducing waste

TerraCycle specialises in providing solutions for hard-to-recycle products, working with a range of partners globally to eliminate the idea of waste. In Scotland alone, the organisation has 355 public drop-off sites across its programmes. Here, Julien Tremblin, general manager of TerraCycle Europe, tells Packaging Scotland about the organisation’s history, greatest achievements to date, and long-term aspirations.

Recycle the non-recyclable with our TerraCycle trial

Have you heard about our trial with recycling organisation TerraCycle, allowing our residents to recycle items usually headed for the burgundy waste bin? The trial will last until mid-November and will let residents take new types of waste to the Blackburn and Darwen HWRC’s for the first time ever to be recycled. Biscuit wrappers, Pringles tubes, plastic toothbrushes and coffee bags are included in the items that can be dropped off during the trial period.

Eco-friendly kitchen company recycling “hard-to-recycle” items

THE people of Ilkley are being encouraged to recycle a variety of materials which cannot be recycled by the local council and would otherwise end up in landfills or incineration. Milestone Design Ltd, an Ilkley based kitchen designer and fitter, and the UK’s first producer of totally green Kitchens of Recycled Content, has signed up to several free recycling programmes offered by TerraCycle, the world leaders in recycling hard-to-recycle waste.