Green Commerce Blog

Sainsbury's seeks local authority partners for recycling drive 2012-09-18 - No Comments

The supermarket chain Sainsbury’s is investing in comprehensive bring banks to compliment its customer service. The new utility is supposed to provide a one stop shop for customer’s household recycling needs and to add value to existing municipal recycling facilities.

With the objective of providing customer recycling facilities at a third of its stores in the UK, the food retailer is looking to establish partnerships with councils. Palm Recycling will take over the management of the recycling facilities. The new recycling service will comprehend recycling containers for mixed paper and card, mixed glass, mixed plastics, mixed cans, textiles and small waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Currently the new service is provided in 20 stores in greater London.

WRAP, a leading not-for-profit-company for waste reduction and sustainable resource management appreciates Sainbury’s initiative, expecting that it will improve the recycling experience for many of Sainsbury’s customers. They also welcome the use of the Recycle Now branding because of its high consumer recognition.



More information:


Leave a comment Make sure you enter the * required information where indicated. Comments are moderated. Please no link dropping, no keywords or domains as names; do not spam, and do not advertise!

Reload Image

salir administración salir salir salir videos Desarrollado por Sernutec