MetalMatters, the industry-funded communications campaign to increase household recycling of metal packaging, has reached over half a million households across the UK in 2015. Following the launch of campaigns to another 300,000 homes in Warwick, Torbay and four districts in Lancashire.
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Packaging waste recovery data for the third quarter of 2015 shows that reported aluminium packaging recycling has recorded its highest ever quarterly performance at 23,330 tonnes*. The Q3 results are the direct result of adjustments made to the accreditation process, following lower than expected tonnages in Q1 and Q2, and increasing volumes of aluminium packaging […]
Schools around the UK can now benefit from new multidisciplinary teaching resources on aluminium recycling. The Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro) has launched the new resources for schools with free curriculum-linked activities for pupils aged seven to 14. The resources, which can be used across several subjects including geography, design and technology, English and ICT, […]
An Every Can Counts recycling initiative at schools across South Lanarkshire has been recognised with a Scottish environmental award.
The UK aluminium industry is inviting secondary school pupils to take up the Alu D&T Challenge. Schools participating in this competition linked to the Design & Technology curriculum benefit from free teaching resources, which encourage pupils to explore sustainable design and have their ideas judged by a panel of industry experts.
Every Can Counts, KA drinks and recycling company SUEZ joined forces at this years’ Notting Hill Carnival to encourage an estimated one million revellers to recycle empty drinks cans at the world famous event.
Following approval from Defra and the Environment Agencies, revisions are being introduced to the protocol which accounts for aluminium packaging recovered from incinerator bottom ash (IBA). Three revisions to the protocol are designed to obtain a more accurate rate of the aluminium packaging currently being recycled in the UK or exported for recycling. The existing […]
The latest MetalMatters campaign sees East, North and South Ayrshire Councils joining forces to call on residents to make their metals matter and boost household recycling of metal packaging across Ayrshire.
Shops and businesses based in the Grand Arcade Cambridge are making a difference, as part of a new canny recycling initiative. All of the 58 premium retail centre’s shops and its 670 staff are now part of the Every Can Counts recycling scheme, which aims to ensure more drinks cans are recycled rather than sent […]
Following concern expressed by Alupro about the suitability of the Packaging Recovery Note (PRN) system for recording aluminium packaging recycling it has commissioned a research project to reveal the real recycling rate. Alupro advocates streamlining the reprocessor/exporter accreditation system and reducing the administrative burden with the aim of capturing the true amount of aluminium packaging […]