Alupro is looking for a number of new local authorities to partner with and take advantage of its package of free support to educate households and promote the importance of recycling aluminium caps and closures.
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Alupro (Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation), has welcomed the opportunity to comment on Defra’s Review of Producer Responsibility Schemes, supporting in general its objectives, however, it has highlighted a number of areas of concern and seeks further discussion and clarification.
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MetalMatters, the metal packaging industry’s kerbside recycling improvement programme, has followed up its initial promise and delivered unprecedented success in 2012. The programme has reached 1.9 million households across 31 local authorities and significantly increased the metals capture rate in each campaign.
The metal packaging industry has launched its landmark MetalMatters recycling programme to households across South London, in a move to boost collection levels for metal packaging at kerbsides in the capital. The innovative six-week campaign is the first of its kind to launch in London, and will involve two leaflet drops delivered to all 365,000 […]
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Drinks can recycling programme Every Can Counts launched in Scotland today (26th November) to help businesses make sure recycling is in the can. In Scotland, an estimated 252 million drinks cans are consumed per year outside the home, either ‘on the go’ or by employees in the workplace . Every Can Counts estimates that an […]
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The aluminium packaging sector is on course to reach its 2012 recycling targets, but the PRN system is entering uncharted territory, according to Rick Hindley, chief executive of the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro). Addressing an audience from across the metals and recycling industry at the organisation’s annual seminar in Birmingham, Mr Hindley predicted that […]
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