Amey is creating better places to live, work and travel as a leading supplier of consulting and infrastructure support services both in the UK and internationally, including resource management and waste treatment operations. They operate the best technology available across our four strategic waste treatment sites in North Yorkshire, Milton Keynes, Cambridgeshire and on the Isle of Wight. This includes everything from mechanical and biological treatment, traditional mass-burn energy from waste and material recycling technologies to in-vessel composting, advanced thermal treatment, innovative small-scale energy from waste and anaerobic digestion. This gives Amey unrivaled knowledge and experience of waste and resource management technologies; they are working with supply chain partners including manufacturers and retailers in the packaging and recycling sector towards a zero waste economy. Amey’s sites combine this knowledge with leading edge technologies to really make the most of what society throws away.
Founded in the 1960s in Yorkshire, Asda is one of Britains leading retailers. Dedicated colleagues serve customers from our network of stores and online services, including supercentres, superstores, supermarkets, Living stores, petrol filling stations and depots across the UK. More than 18 million people shop with Asda every week and 98 per cent of UK homes are served by www.asda.com
The Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University in central Birmingham is a unique hub of bioenergy research and technology development. EBRI is home to both academic and industry-facing teams that aim to accelerate the commercial development of emerging renewable energy, bioenergy, bioproducts and supporting technologies. Our research and technology capabilities include a range of advanced thermal technologies and biological conversion processes. These include gasification, pyrolysis, catalysis, and thermochemical refining of biomass, wastes and plastics to high-quality products and fuels. We also provide valuable expertise in energy systems, supply chains, techno-economic analysis, transport logistics, analytics, engines and energy systems.
Aura-Soma Products Ltd
AURA-SOMA® is colour for everyone. A non-intrusive and self-selective system in which colour is the key. It is an ancient knowledge that has been refound and revitalised into a living system easily accessible to all. At this pivotal point in history, AURA-SOMA® speaks to you through 108 beautiful bottles of rainbow coloured oils, special essences, pomanders and quintessences. AURA-SOMA® is a system that brings you closer to the understanding of yourself. It uses the visual and non-visual energies of colour, it uses the energies of herbs from essential oils and herbal extracts and it uses the energies of crystals and gems. AURA-SOMA® can help improve your spiritual well being, moving you toward a deeper understanding of y ourself. AURA-SOMA® enables you to be in touch with the essence of yourself that always reflects your inner beauty. When you have made contact with this inner source it also has an effect upon the outer aspects of yourself. To bring inner beauty out, to reflect your positive gifts and talents, to help you to be in touch with why you are here and what you are here for. The Language of Colour. Through consultation and the application of colour this “Window of the Soul” approach reveals aspects of yourself in a form that you can begin to understand and accept. You are the colours you choose. The colours you chose will reflect the needs that lie hidden within. Your colour choice will help you to recognise these needs at a deep level. Through its use and application the system opens levels of communication between the self and the soul. Your chosen colours have the capacity to support you in a deeper understanding of your “soul” selves, past, present and to come. Through the wave-lengths of colour you are given clues to becoming self empowered and you will discover that you really can create your own future. AURA-SOMA® invite you to discover the amazing system and in so doing find a route to discovering your true self. In love and light.
Avery Dennison (NYSE: AVY) is a global materials science company specialising in the design and manufacture of a wide variety of labelling and functional materials. The company’s products, which are used in nearly every major industry, include pressure-sensitive materials for labels and graphic applications; tapes and other bonding solutions for industrial, medical, and retail applications; tags, labels and embellishments for apparel; and radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions serving retail apparel and other markets.
Axion develops and supports circular economy initiatives to enable products to remain in use for as long as possible and to ensure that valuable resources are recovered and re-used at end of life. Axion operate our own multimillion pound advanced sorting and reprocessing plants and share our engineering and business expertise through our consultancy services. Axion are experts in developing innovative resource recovery technologies, process plants and business models for a wide range of materials including flexible and rigid plastics, packaging and critical raw materials. Axion have delivered a number of projects within the automotive, packaging, construction and medical sectors.
BASF SE is a multinational chemical company and the largest chemical producer in the world. Its headquarters is located in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The BASF Group comprises subsidiaries and joint ventures in more than 80 countries and operates six integrated production sites and 390 other production sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, the Americas and Africa. BASF has customers in over 190 countries and supplies products to a wide variety of industries. These include a range of polymers and plastics, as well as functional ingredients used in their manufacture. One of the key action areas for BASF is sustainability and the company offers solutions to increase circularity of materials. These include products that enhance performance, so enable greater durability and lifetime extension as well as design for re-use, products that enable recycling and alternative material feedstocks, such as biomass or chemical recycling. The company is driven by its corporate purpose: We create chemistry for a sustainable future.
Beiersdorf UK Ltd
Beiersdorf are a global skincare business, and for nearly 140 years has been a companion in peopleâ€˜s lives, caring for healthy beautiful skin, nurturing people from the outside in. By making people feel good in their skin, they give them the confidence it takes to reach out to each other and build meaningful connections. In an increasingly isolated world, Beiersdorf help them form a bond that is more than skin-deep: A bond that is built on trust, empathy and care. But their care has always gone further. When they work together and unite their strengths, they not only provide skincare, but also nurture whats important to peoples lives. Within their company, they foster a culture of respect and universal values that relate to individuals and families across geographies. In society, they extend their care to their fellow citizens and to the planet and contribute to more cohesive communities. In uniting their strengths, building trust and seeking new ways to soothe, they can create even more meaningful connections amongst themselves, with their consumers and communities all over the world. This is their purpose and their calling. To care beyond skin.
Beko plc is the UK and Ireland subsidiary of ArÃ§elik A.Åž. Established in 1955, ArÃ§elik A.Åž is one of the largest household appliance manufacturers in Europe with a global workforce of over 30,000 people in more than 30 countries, distributing products and services to 130+ countries. Based in Turkey, ArÃ§elik A.Åž is the consumer durables sector of KoÃ§ Holding. Since launching in 1990, Beko plc now offers six brands “ Beko, Grundig, Leisure, Blomberg, Flavel and Zenith, supplying appliances to 1 in 4 homes in the UK and selling over 3 million products every year. Beko is not only the UKs number 1 best-selling large home appliance brand, but also one of the top ten large home appliance brands in the world. The company has vowed to continue working to make their appliances more environmentally friendly, without compromising durability and performance. Beko plc remains committed to developing products that tackle the challenges facing our planet today, protecting the environment for future generations.
Bericap UK Ltd
BERICAP is one of the leading global manufacturers of plastic caps and closures with 23 factories serving customers in more than 100 countries across the world for a wide range of beverage, food, industrial and specialist market applications. BERICAP UK serves the UK and Irish closure markets from its Hull factory and can trace its local roots back over 100 years. Through their R&D centres, BERICAP is particularly committed to developing innovative plastic closures to support customers success with a strong emphasis on quality. Best manufacturing practice in the BERICAP Group is shared and implemented at each plant to continuously raise the quality level further. They use the development process to continuously minimise environmental impact through light-weighting and engineering excellence. All BERICAP plants are ISO 9001 and BRC-IOP or ISO 22000 certified.
Berry bpi Recycled Products one of Europeâ€™s largest manufacturers of polythene films, bags and sacks, supplying over 270,000 tonnes of product each year. They are the largest recycler of polythene waste in Europe, recycling up to 70,000 tonnes of post-use polythene each year from horticultural, commercial, retail, industrial and agricultural markets. The polythene is cleaned and turned into pellets, which are used to create innovative â€˜second lifeâ€™ products, such as BPIâ€™s Green Sackâ„¢, a 100% recycled refuse sack. The Green Sackâ„¢ is made using waste farm polythene, such as used bale wrap and horticultural films which, because of their inherent strength, provide superior levels of performance. They also use these pellets to manufacture Plaswood, an award winning range of 100% recycled furniture and landscaping solutions. Plaswood is the environmental alternative to wood, made from waste agricultural plastics, such as used silage stretch wrap and crop cover. The environmental benefits of recycling plastic are becoming more widely recognised: maximising reusable material, diverting waste from landfill and conserving resources. Berry bpi Recycled Products has developed the necessary expertise and the infrastructure in the form of a network of Environment Agency accredited recycling plants to help drive these benefits forward.
Berry Global is a leading multinational supplier of a broad range of innovative flexible, rigid and nonwoven protective solutions for consumer and industrial applications. Berry is headquartered in Indiana, USA and has around 290 manufacturing locations on 6 continents.
Beyondly Global Inc
At the heart of Beyondly is the planet, striving to preserve and protect our home not just for today, but also for tomorrow. Beyondly Global Ltd is a B Corp certified, market leading environmental consultancy and compliance scheme, sharing environmental expertise with over 1700 businesses to help them become more confident about their environmental choices. From compliance obligations such as WEEE & batteries, packaging waste or compulsory carbon reporting, to voluntary initiatives like enabling the circular economy or going beyond net zero with carbon management, Beyondly empower businesses.
With a history of leading the UKâ€™s waste management industry for over 100 years, today Biffa is an established enabler of the UK circular economy. They work with businesses of varying sizes and within all sectors across the UK. Their purpose is â€˜to change the way people think about wasteâ€™ and sustainability has been at the heart of their business strategy for many years.
Big Blue Ocean Clean Up
Big Blue Ocean Cleanup are one of the worldâ€™s leading ocean cleanup non-profits. We help keep the oceans clean, protect marine wildlife, run free educational workshops and support the development of innovative technologies. Big Blue Ocean Cleanup inspires every generation to take action and protect our blue planet.
BPF Recycling Group
Established in 1933 the British Plastics Federation is the most powerful voice in the UK plastic industry with over 400 members across the plastics industry supply chain, including polymer producers and suppliers, additive manufacturers, recyclers, services providers, end users, plastics processors and machinery manufacturers. The BPF promotes the interests of its Members principally through its four Market Sector Groups and its many common interest Business Groups. The BPF Central Expert Committees address industry wide concerns including Environment, Fire, Product Safety and Industrial Health & Safety.
Brightgreen Plastics Ltd
Brightgreen are industry leaders and global innovators of plastic recycling. At otheir recycling plant in Castleford, they use world-class plastic recycling processes to turn recycled plastic waste back into a raw material for use by both consumer and commercial customers. It is their mission to ensure recycled plastic provides a quality, sustainable and CSR-friendly alternative to virgin plastic. At their state-of-the-art recycling facility they can comfortably recover and process more than 40,000 tonnes of the UKâ€™s plastic waste every year; a figure that has meant they are now one of the fastest growing plastic recyclers in Europe.
Brunel University London
Brunel is a world-class university based in Uxbridge, West London. Now over 40 years old, our mission has always been to combine academic rigour with the practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach pioneered by our namesake Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Bryson Recycling is the UKâ€™s largest Social Enterprise provider of household recycling services. The service they deliver include: – A kerbside recycling service to over 180,000 households across 5 NI council areas. – A Materials Recovery Facility for co-mingled recycling materials from 6 NI council areas. – Garden and household waste collection services. – Managing 8 Recycling Centres in Wales and Donegal. Their innovative approach to recycling focuses on collecting high quality materials that can be recycled locally.
Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire Shared Waste Service
Two waste teams collecting bins from over 116,000 homes across Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire have joined forces in a bid to reduce cost. Cambridge City Councilâ€™s fleet of 27 bin lorries have begun operating from Waterbeach depot, where South Cambridgeshire District Councilâ€™s waste operations are based. The management teams for the two councilsâ€™ waste operations came together in August â€“ saving over Â£100,000 a year â€“ and with the operations now working out of one depot, further efficiencies will be sought to drive down costs. Cambridge City Councilâ€™s waste crews and staff had previously operated from a depot on Mill Road which is earmarked for redevelopment in the future. The single shared waste management team are now working on integrating the bin collection rounds across the two districts in order to make efficiency savings on fuel and vehicles. It is expected the annual savings from the move to a shared waste service will be around Â£700,000. Both Councils already take waste and recycling they collect to the processing centres near the Waterbeach depot.
Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce
Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce was first established in 1917 and has evolved to include the entire Cambridgeshire and Stamford region. As a not for profit organisation they work entirely for the benefit of their member organisations. They are constantly developing a range of services at preferential rates and hold over 150 networking events each year across all sectors and company sizes.
Cameron-Price was established in 1960 as a precision plastic component and assembly manufacturer to the automotive industry and has built its excellent relationship over the past 60+ years. During that time the business has successfully diversified to serve multiple sectors including medical, electrical, sport and FMCG. Complete satisfaction in their services and injection moulding products is what they aim for. From your initial idea to volume manufacture and assembly, they offer a complete injection moulding solution and a â€˜Right First Timeâ€™ approach. Cameron-Price know how to create superior, cost-effective polymer products, and meet your delivery dates, so your plastic moulding and customer experience is always the best it can be. Also, as they are IATF 16949 and ISO 14001 accredited, you can be confident that they care about the environment, customer satisfaction and maintaining their high standards.
Campden BRI is the UK’s largest independent membership-based organisation carrying out research and development for the food and drinks industry worldwide. It is committed to providing industry with the research, technical and advisory services needed to ensure product safety and quality, process efficiency and product and process innovation. The R&D programme reflects needs identified by industrial members and provides a constantly renewable knowledge base for technology transfer. A continuous programme of investment ensures leading-edge processing and analytical facilities for research and contract work. Campden BRI maintains close working relationships with industry through frequent meetings with its twelve technical advisory panels and associated industrial working parties. Contract R&D is also carried out on behalf of UK government departments, levy boards, industrial consortia and the European Union. Consultancy work is done under Aid-funded programmes for countries with a developing market economy. Facilities include three fully equipped food processing halls, product and process development facilities, a substantial, leading-edge sensory analysis suite, and extensive research and analytical laboratories covering microbiology, hygiene, chemistry, biochemistry and microscopy. Overview of services Purpose built training centres and dedicated information services are central to Campden BRI’s pivotal role in technology transfer. A substantial and growing training programme forms the basis of worldwide in-house training for industry tailored to specific company requirements. Best-practice guidelines with industrial input and endorsement provide practical knowledge, and newsletters, alerting bulletins and seminars address current issues. Campden BRI has achieved 9001 certification for all UK activities. Many of the technical services are UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accredited. Campden BRI is committed to high standards of training for all staff, providing industry with a centre of excellence in skills and learning.
CCL Label Ltd
CCL Label Limited is the UK division of CCL Industries Inc. CCL Industries employs more than 21,000 people operating over 180 production facilities in 40 countries with corporate offices in Toronto, Canada, and Framingham, Massachusetts. CCL Label is the worldâ€™s largest converter of pressure sensitive and specialty extruded film materials for a wide range of decorative, instructional, functional and security applications for government institutions and large global customers in the consumer packaging, healthcare & chemicals, consumer electronic device and automotive markets. Extruded & laminated plastic tubes, aluminium aerosols & specialty bottles, folded instructional leaflets, precision decorated & die cut components, electronic displays, polymer bank note substrate and other complementary products and services are sold in parallel to specific end-use markets. CCL Label Limited UK Sleeves is a world leading shrink sleeve supplier with dedicated manufacturing sites in Kings Lynn & Castleford UK as well as 5 other sites located across Europe. CCL Label Limited offer shrink sleeves printed in gravure, flexo or digital as well as a wide range of unprinted applications. CCL Label Limited have a focus on sustainability and offer numerous technical solutions to todays environmental pressures.
Charpak Ltd has been supplying innovative design driven thermoformed packaging for over 30 years. Charpak design and manufacture bespoke plastic packaging for the premium alcohol, luxury gifting, beauty and personal care markets; in addition to automotive, electronics and engineering, and industrial and commercial sectors. The in-house design and technical teamâ€™s decades of experience can answer every practical question on materials, functionality and NPD. The team can deliver a project from initial briefing to production in an impressive market leading 29 days. With sustainability at the heart of the Charpak business, 99.8% of the Charpak PET products contain food grade recycled plastics, and with a zero waste to landfill target the company already achieves 99.2%. Itâ€™s latest patented product, Twist-Loc, addresses the circular design challenge, and the company is leading the thermoformed market with its x-industry circular economy initiatives.
City of Bradford Council
Bradford Council is a public sector organisation which is responsible for a number of services which benefit people living in the Bradford district. These services include social care, education, housing, highways, planning, environmental protection, libraries, street cleaning, waste collections and swimming pools. There are certain services that we have to deliver by law (for example environmental protection) and some that we choose to deliver because they benefit our residents (for example sports centres and swimming pools). We do not deliver all the services ourselves and often commission other organisations to deliver them on our behalf (for example housing). Bradford Council is a metropolitan council, one of 36 in the country. This term is used to describe a council which serves a large town or city and its surrounding population. The total population of the district the Council serves is approximately 522,500 (2011 Census) and covers an area of approximately 141 square miles. This includes Bradford city centre, the towns of Shipley, Bingley, Keighley and Ilkley and many other communities including Addingham, Baildon, Burley, Cullingworth, Denholme, Eastburn, Eccleshill, Haworth, Menston, Oxenhope, Queensbury, Silsden, Steeton and Thornton.
Clean Planet Energy
Clean Planet Energy is a UK based company that builds ecoPlants around the world with a mission to remove over 1MT of non-recyclable waste plastic every year from the environment. A Clean Planet ecoPlant is an ultra-clean chemical recycling plant that is processing 20,000 metric tonnes of waste plastic every year. The ecoPlants produce sustainable products (Circular Naphtha, ULSD, SAF and LSFO) which have significant carbon-saving properties. Their ecoPlants are built with environmental factors in mind, in the UK this includes BREEAM standards, and budgets assigned to use reclaimed materials where possible. Almost half of the land (outer shell) is the environmental outer layer that provides additional sustainability elements to the plant including a lagoon, wild gardens, nature reserve, reed bed waste filtering, plus artistic elements for value growth
Clean Tech is the UKâ€™s largest PET recycler, producing food-grade rPET for new bottles, and non-food-grade rPET for other applications such as strapping, packaging and fibres.
Clean Up Britain
The Co-operative Group, which is the UKâ€™s largest co-operative business with interests across food, funerals, insurance and legal services, has a clear purpose of championing a better way of doing business for you and your communities. Owned by millions of UK consumers, The Group operates a total of 3,750 outlets, with more than 70,000 employees and an annual turnover of approximately Â£11 billion. The Group is committed to both improving and increasing the recycling of its packaging, and the business is keen to work with stakeholders to achieve this ambition through packaging development and infrastructure changes. Recent initiatives include the manufacturing of bin liners made from kerbside collected packaging film, and the introduction of a compostable carrier which acts as both a shopping bag and a caddy liner. A major change has been a move to backhauling of our waste from store which has allowed us to achieve 95 per cent of waste being reused or recycled. Future projects include moving away from polypropylene packaging for products; replacing it with polythene which would allow recycling with carrier bags in store.
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners
We are one of the worldâ€™s largest Coca-Cola bottlers, and our portfolio encompasses a full range of beverage categories, including energy drinks, still and sparkling waters, juices and juice drinks, sports drinks, and ready-to-drink teas.
Cofresco, a Melitta Group company, Europe’s leading manufacturer of branded household and professional cling film, foil and paper products, are a forward-thinking company with the expertise to be leaders of innovation in their fields of business. From sites in Germany (corporate head office), Poland and the UK, Cofresco focus on the consumer to develop and bring to market, innovations that provide real improvements in quality and ease of use. Freshness and flavour, foodservice, waste solutions and innovative products built under strong brands such as ToppitsÂ®, AlbalÂ®, BacofoilÂ®, WrapmasterÂ®, SwirlÂ® and HandybagÂ®, Cofresco’s range of brands will always have the right product on offer.
Composites UK is the Trade Body for the UK composites industry. Their aim is to support the industry so that it may continue to grow and participate in the increasingly competitive world of global composite production. To achieve this, their mission is to enhance and promote the safe and effective use of composites.
Convert Design Ltd
Convert Design Ltd is a design manufacturing consultancy that brings peopleâ€™s ideas to life. With experienced professional mechanical engineers that have worked with some of the top brands and organisations such as Aston Martin, Dyson, Bosch, etc., they can provide clients with CAD (Computer Aided Design) 3D and/or 2D draughting, costing estimates, market research, FEA analysis, manufacturing and sub-contracting, project management and reverse engineering. They are passionate about each client and project. Their main goal is to help people turn their ideas into reality, no matter how small or big, easy or challenging that might be, they achieve this by having the product in mind and closely following the project in every step of the product creation lifecycle. Convert Design Ltd are currently working on a product launch that will create a positive impact on plastic recycling. This project is purely created, planned, and executed by Convert Design.
Coveris is a Europe based leading Top 5 packaging producer offering films, flexible packaging as well as labels & board. Together with our customers we develop attractive and easy to use packaging solutions that protect all kinds of vital products â€“ from food to pet food, from medical supplies to industrial and agricultural products. Through our high level of technical know-how, we help to reduce waste and constantly work on new, high performance and sustainable packaging solutions. Coveris Headquarter has recently relocated to Vienna and it today operates 25 sites in EMEA, with more than 4,500 employees.
Cromwell Polythene Ltd
Cromwell Polythene are proud to be an independent, family-run business, committed to supply products for the capture and containment of waste and recyclables. It is their mission to be the most resourceful company in plastics, supplying products that help make the world cleaner, greener, and more economical. They have an extensive portfolio, from waste and recycling sacks to bin liners, compactor sacks, clinical waste sacks, and compostable liners. Thatâ€™s in addition to food-grade bags, kerb-side recycling bags, woven sacks, disposable gloves and aprons, film, sheeting and tubing. They also offer a bespoke made-to-order service. Their LowCOÂ²tâ„¢ products are engineered to provide maximum performance using minimal resources. This not only helps to reduce the volume of plastic used, it also helps by cutting carbon emissions during production and transportation. Cromwell Polythene are also the sole distributor for compostable bags made from EcopondÂ® biodegradable resin among the janitorial industry, local authorities and the waste management sector in the UK. Sustainability is at the heart of what they do â€“ they use recycled materials wherever possible in our product range and encourage the return of post-industrial and post-consumer plastics and other materials to the production cycle for re-processing. The goal is that their products are not only lower cost to their customers, but also to the environment.
Cyngor Gwynedd Council
Worldwide Group Danone has two subsidiaries in the UK – Danone UK Ltd and Danone Waters UK & Ireland. Danone UK Ltd is the fresh dairy business behind Britainâ€™s fastest growing yogurt brandsActivia and Shape as well as Britain’s best-loved probiotic drink, Actimel. Danone Waters UK & Ireland represents Evian, the world’s most popular mineral water. Its’ portfolio of bottled waters also include Volvic, Volvic Touch of Fruit and Badoit. A world leader in fresh dairy products and bottled water, we employ over 80,000 people, across 5 continents, in more than 120 countriesâ€¦
Dart Products Europe Ltd.
Dart makes everyday products that give people the freedom to enjoy the food & drinks they love, wherever they are. From to-go containers and dinnerware to tamper-evident food packaging and even the red Solo cup, their products keep people on the go and having fun. Their customers around the
Derbyshire County Council
Derbyshire County Council is the upper-tier local authority for the non-metropolitan county of Derbyshire, England. It has 61 divisions, with three divisions having two members each. They are Glossop and Charlesworth, Alfreton and Somercotes, and Eckington and Killamarsh.
DuPont Teijin Films
DuPont Teijin Films have consistently driven innovation in the polyester industry from the initial invention and development of the polymer in the 1940s through to their current position as the worldâ€™s largest supplier of heat sealable BOPET films driving the move to recyclable mono PET tray and lid structures. With the launch of the new LuxCRâ„¢ process, DuPont Teijin Films are addressing some of the limitiations of mechanically recycled PET by depolymerising the material back into the monomer unit bis(2-hydroxyethylterephthalate) or BHET before converting into a wide range of BOPET films covering applications as diverse as food packaging, labels, solar panel back sheets, ID cards and more. The upcycling of mechanically recovered PET marks an important step forward in the drive towards a more sustainable future for the packaging industry where depolymerisation is used to restore the material properties to ensure plastic to plastic recycling, providing a balance between the amount of waste material generated and the amount of high value end use applications that it can be recycled into.
Durham County Council
Ecosurety is the UKâ€™s leading compliance scheme and resource efficiency specialist, committed to reducing the environmental impact of UK businesses while improving performance. With more than 1,000 customers including The Co-operative Group, Innocent and Britvic, Ecosurety is leading change in approaches to environmental compliance throughout the UK, driving ever greater efficiencies of resource use. With our new initiative Circularety, Ecosurety is bringing about change for good in the PRN market by empowering producers and recyclers of all packaging materials to increase transparency and take control of their investment in the recycling industry. Find out more at www.ecosurety.com or contact us by calling 0845 094 2228 or emailing email@example.com.
The Emmi Group is Switzerland’s largest processor of milk, one of the most innovative premium dairies in Europe, and a worldwide renowned specialist for Swiss cheese. In the UK, Emmi concentrates on providing quality dairy products under strong brand concepts; Emmi CAFFE LATTE which is the only iced coffee made with barista quality ingredients; Onken, the UK’s biggest flavoured big pot yogurt brand. More recently Emmi have launched the brand Beleaf, a new venture into plant-based with no compromise on taste and texture. Emmi UK also prides itself as the leading company for Swiss cheese, with customers primarily in the retail trade both branded and private label. The sustainability targets for 2027 for the Emmi Group include but are not limited to processing 100 % sustainable milk globally, cutting our CO2 emissions by 60 % and making our packaging 100 % recyclable.
Enval treats plastic better, enabling the recycling of valuable resources and paving the way for responsible packaging solutions. They have developed a unique microwave-induced pyrolysis solution for low-density packaging waste. By applying their cutting-edge innovation to packaging recycling, Enval make previously unrecyclable plastic valuable, changing the perception of plastic and unlocking a profitable circular economy.
Recycling is our industry, but Envipcoâ€™s operations extend far beyond developing the machinery involved in recovering bottles and cans. We are a hands-on, forward-thinking company that understands the importance of recycling and how to identify and capitalize on future opportunities that the global market presents. Envipco is dedicated to advancing closed loop beverage container recovery across the world in both deposit and non-deposit areas. Toward that end, the company has developed a number of core competencies, which has Envipco well-positioned for further global growth:
- We are a manufacturing company with a complete portfolio of reverse vending machines that we develop, manufacture, service and maintain for a global client base.
- We are a technology company, with a German-based team of research and development engineers who continually develop new and improved processes to sort, flatten, crush, and record materials.
- We are a data management company that has devised complex, automated accounting systems to recover, identify, and account for every used beverage container. Based on these trusted counts, we act as a clearing bank for deposits on containers.
- We are a transportation and logistics company that efficiently manages the handling of returned containers, and recycles HDPE and PET plastics at our plant in France.
- We are an entrepreneurial company that works with different parties across the globe to develop recycling systems that will thrive in their communities and make recycling financially rewarding for everyone.
Enviroo Holdings Ltd
Enviroo provides a solution to post consumer plastic waste. They recycle 100% of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) plastic waste and create â€˜food-gradeâ€™ polymers that are used to recreate food packaging and plastic bottles. Enviroo have created a closed loop recycling method, with long term viability as it ensures transparency, circularity and sustainability. It is their responsibility to engage and unite all stakeholders in the recycling journey which will provide a solution to single use plastic, and they are working with a plastic stream that impacts everyone thus enabling them to collaborate with government agencies, FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) brands, consumers and charities.
Faerch UK Ltd
Faerch was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Holstebro, Denmark. The company is one of the leading European manufacturers of innovative plastic packaging within Ready Meals, Fresh Meat, and Food to Go. Faerch employs more than 1,000 employees, spread across six factories in Denmark, Great Britain, Spain and the Czech Republic respectively, and sales offices that cover all of Europe. The company offers state-of-the-art extrusion and thermoforming facilities generating a wide range of containers produced from CPET, APET, PP, MAPETÂ® II, PP-EVOH-PE and AMPETÂ® Faerch has established an ambitious growth strategy, which has recently resulted in the acquisitions of Anson Packaging Ltd in the UK and Sealed Airs Food Tray Business in Europe with factories in Great Britain and Spain. Both companies have leading positions in the development and production of packaging for the food industry and thus offer Faerch Plast a stronger and expanded product portfolio.
Recycling the unrecyclable. Fiberightâ€™s circular solution recovers resources from mixed waste.These resources, otherwise destined for incineration/waste-2-energy or landfill, are converted into high-value materials and products for manufacturing. Fiberightâ€™s process recovers and recycles many items in the waste stream which until now could only be burnt or buried after a single use. These include confectionary wrappers, coffee cups, pizza boxes, sandwich packs and many other such â€˜unrecyclablesâ€™. The process increases recycling rates without needing to change waste collection systems or increase public participation, as their plant takes all non-hazardous waste. This can deliver a 70% recycling rate, with the potential to increase this to 80% or more.
GFG Consultancy Services Ltd
GFG Consultancy Services Ltd work with brands to transform from a Linear Economy to a Circular Economy. With over 12 years experience working in the Recycling Industry in Ireland/UK/Europe, they work with companies in Recycling Plastics, looking at systems and designs to eliminate the concept of waste, by enabling the recovery and reuse of all materials at the highest possible value at all times. Plastics they source are converted back into Recycled Pellet and manufactured back into new products. As a company GFG Consultancy Services Ltd also help in Operations/Purchasing/Sales/Plant Implementation with experience in Recycling Plants/Pellet Manufacturing.
GSK are a science-led global healthcare company with a special purpose to help people do more, feel better, live longer. With three global businesses that discover, develop and manufacture innovative pharmaceutical medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare products, their goal is to become one of the worldâ€™s most innovative, best performing and trusted healthcare companies.
Launched in 2009, Greenredeem are a catalyst for sustained environmental behaviour change. They create relevant and topical campaigns to motivate people and their communities to make informed choices to tackle climate change. Working with local authorities, schools and universities, water companies and commercial partners. They motivate communities to reduce waste, recycle more, be more water and energy efficient and generally live a greener lifestyle. Through monitoring and evaluation of all campaign activities, we ensure continuity and accuracy of communications to meet the objectives of our partners.
Greiner Packaging Ltd
Greiner Packaging, which holds 30 locations in 19 countries worldwide, produces rigid, plastic packaging â€“ successfully for more than 60 years. The companyâ€™s packaging solutions protect a wide variety of products. From yoghurt to salads to detergents â€“ customers of many markets trust in packaging made by Greiner Packaging. This diversity demands technological breadth: thanks to its wide range of production, decoration and barrier technologies, Greiner Packaging can provide its customers with extensive advice and service. In doing so, the company makes sure to pursue its ambitious goals in terms of sustainability: Aiming to help deliver a circular economy, the packaging specialists are designing products to be perfectly recyclable. Also, they are constantly expanding their range of sustainable packaging solutions.
Greyparrot AI Waste Recognition System is deployed globally on moving conveyor belts in sorting facilities, automating waste composition analysis to monitor, audit, and sort large waste flows at scale. Greyparrot empowers waste managers, producers and regulators with actionable insights to increase recycling rates, reduce the cost of manual sampling, enhance product quality, and inform on waste being generated end-to-end. Greyparrot also provides granular data on material composition, brand/SKUs and packaging types for EPR requirements. The company also collaborates with equipment suppliers to integrate cognitive AI with existing automated waste sorting infrastructure. The company is committed to unlocking the financial value of waste, which will, in turn, support their transition to a circular economy and keep our planet clean for generations to come.
Gualapack is the world leader of pre-made spouted pouches and is strongly committed to improving circularity and sustainability in flexible packaging and was the first to launch the 100% monomaterial recyclable pouches. Over the last decades, Gualapack has built its market leadership through a unique set of technologies for a wide array of packaging solutions, from flexible packaging and injection molding, to design and manufacturing of filling lines. This technology platform was developed combining state-of-the-art machinery with constant innovation, expertise and know-how. World leaders in the pre-made spouted stand-up pouches segment, for food, baby-food and non-food applications, and can cover four different product areas, as well as providing stand-alone solutions as required (laminates, caps etc). Together with their partners and thanks to outstanding innovation capabilities, their goal is to shape today the packaging of tomorrow. Gualapack is a key global player of the flexible packaging industry with headquarters in Italy and several manufacturing sites worldwide.
Hain Daniels Group
The Hain Daniels Group is one of the UKâ€™s leading food companies, operating across 10 locations within the chilled, frozen and ambient food & drink categories. Their leading brands include Hartleyâ€™s, Sun-Pat, Robertsonsâ€™, Linda McCartney, New Covent Garden Soup Co and more. As well as making delicious products for their own portfolio of brands, they also manufacture excellent products across a number of categories in partnership with retail, foodservice, B2B and export customers, under their own private labels.
High Peak Borough Council
High Peak Borough Council is the local authority for High Peak, a borough of Derbyshire, England. It forms part of the two-tier system of local government for High Peak, alongside Derbyshire County Council
Hilton Food Group plc
Hilton Food Group plc is a UK based FTSE 250 company with 5,000 employees supplying many of the worldâ€™s leading retailers including Tesco, Ahold, ICA, Woolworths Australia, Coop Denmark, and Sonae, from state of the art facilities located in the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Denmark, Belgium, New Zealand and Australia. Their diverse product range includes meat, seafood and vegetable protein products, and includes a wide variety of product forms from steaks to pizza and sandwiches. Hilton Food Group’s CSR strategy, Quality Naturally, addresses the environmental and ethical challenges across these food areas including the footprint and recyclability of our diverse packaging types. They have also joined the European and UK plastics pacts and work globally with their retail partners to meet their own commitments.
Horticultural Trades Association (HTA)
The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) is the trade association for the UK garden industry. It helps its members to flourish by representing, promoting and developing the garden industry through their key values; collaboration, innovation, influence and integrity. Its key roles include: provision of advice-based services such as business improvement schemes, briefings and helplines; training, conferences and events for members; market information and research; promotions such as the National Garden Gift Voucher scheme; and working closely with government and the media to influence policy and projects.
HSSMI is an independent, growing business driven by the expertise of its team. To stay ahead of the curve HSSMI collaborates with manufacturers, technology providers and academic institutes to deploy technologies, techniques and processes. As a strategic Partner within the manufacturing sector, HSSMI provides guidance and services to support UK manufacturing, helping to ensure the sector remains sustainable, productive and competitive
Huntingdonshire District Council
Huntingdonshire District Council is situated within Cambridgeshire and is the lower tier of a two tier local government system with Cambridgeshire County Council. The district council provides services such as waste collection and recycling, local planning and housing services, environmental health services and council tax collection.
Impact Solutions are a leading plastics testing laboratory and R&D Centre. A innovative and unique independent consultancy lab working throughout the supply chain, from reactor to recycle, Impact Solutions are UKAS and ISO 17025 accredited. With the capability to test products to an extensive array of standards, our expert team have industry experience stretching back 45 years. The Scottish Plastic Recycling Centre of Excellence is an initiative conceived by Impact Solutions to provide technical expertise to the Scottish recycling industry. By providing this technical support, Impact will be able to bridge the gap between recyclers and end users to increase the quantities of recycled material being returned to product, subsequently, increasing the value of these plastics. Scottish Plastic Recycling Centre of Excellence will also work to develop standards to further increase the technical level of the wider recycling industry. We intend to work with a number of partners in the UK and internationally to achieve this goal.
Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited
Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited is one of the largest vertically integrated polyester chain producers in the world and a leading global manufacturer of wool yarns. Our global sales and manufacturing presence can be seen in all high-growth economies and industries. Our products serve major players in diversified end use markets, including food, beverages, personal and home care, health care, automotives, textile, and industrial. Indorama Ventures is guided by a continued focus on building strong and lasting relationships with all its stakeholders, such as customers, employees, environment, investors, business partners and communities, and to provide the best quality products and services. Our success is the direct result of our committed workforce of more than 9,000 and clear company goals set by our experienced management. Our dedicated relationships with customers, manufacturing presence in the high growth industries, focus on low cost and efficiency, as well as the fact that our products are primarily consumer staples, places Indorama Ventures in the strongest of positions to withstand the current economic climate.
iPac Packaging Innovations
iPac is a UK based rigid plastic packaging manufacturer. Founded in 2016 with a focus on Sustainability, Quality, Innovation, Customer Service and Flexibility, iPac has rapidly become a key supply partner for many of the major UK food groups and retailers. From its state-of-the-art factory in Gateshead, iPac supply the food and pharmaceutical industries with both bespoke and standard thermoformed packaging options whilst delivering market leading product and materials innovations. For more information visit their website.
IPL is a leading packaging provider, partnering with customers to deliver sustainable solutions to the food, consumer, agricultural, logistics and environmental end-markets.
Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE)
For more than 265 years, JDE (Jacobs Douwe Egberts) has been inspired by the belief that it’s amazing what can happen over a cup of coffee. Today JDE coffee & tea portfolio is available in over 140 countries around the world through iconic household names including: Jacobs, Tassimo, Moccona, Senseo, L’OR, Douwe Egberts, Super, Kenco, Pilao & Gevalia.
Keep Scotland Beautiful
Keep Scotland Beautiful campaigns, acts and educates on a range of local, national and global issues to change behaviour and improve the quality of people’s lives and the places they care for. We are leading the way on improving Scotland’s environment, tackling a wide range of environmental issues, from reducing the amount of litter on our streets to cutting the carbon emissions that threaten our planet. Having been part of the environmental landscape for over 50 years, we draw together government, local authorities, businesses, community groups and individuals in this common cause. We are present in every village, town, and city in Scotland, and our activities are estimated to make a difference to 1 in 5 people living in Scotland. Through our work we aim to help people to change the way they think about the environment and encourage them to take action to improve and protect it. Our goal is to make Scotland a cleaner, greener and more sustainable place to live, work and visit. In order to achieve the change we need, the whole country needs to work together. As a key partner for individuals and communities, local and central government, third sector organisations and private sector businesses, we are at the heart of that effort.
The Klöckner Pentaplast Group is a global leader in rigid and flexible packaging, printing and specialty solutions, serving the pharmaceutical, medical device, food, beverage and card markets, among others. With a broad portfolio of packaging, films and services powered by innovation, Klöckner Pentaplast plays an integral role in the customer value chain by marketing and safeguarding product integrity, assuring safety, consumer health and protecting brand reputation. Founded in 1965 in Montabaur, Germany, Klöckner Pentaplast has operations in 18 countries and employs over 6,300 people committed to serving customers worldwide from 61 total locations, including 35 production sites.
The Kraft Heinz Company is the third-largest food and beverage company in North America and the fifth-largest food and beverage company in the world, with eight $1 billion+ brands. A globally trusted producer of delicious foods, The Kraft Heinz Company provides high quality, great taste and nutrition for all eating occasions whether at home, in restaurants or on the go.
Krehalon are manufacturers and distributors of high quality shrink and non-shrink barrier films, bags and casings to the food industry. The company focuses on innovative packaging solutions using patented technologies, market-driven expertise and product knowledge to meet customer needs. Krehalon offer a range of innovative packaging solutions to the fresh and processed meat, poultry, cheese and seafood industries. These solutions include high barrier and secondary seal (SSL™) materials that help customers maximise shelf life and visual appeal and help reduce food waste. Over the past few years, Krehalon has made significant progress in accelerating its transition to a circular economy whilst closely collaborating with initiatives such as CEFLEX and The UK Plastics Pact. The company has invested largely in developing sustainable packaging solutions that use less volume, weight and thickness of materials as well as focused on designing mono-material structures that aid recyclability and meet environmental concerns. Krehalon is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kureha Corporation, a Japanese specialty chemicals and plastics manufacturer listed on the Tokyo stock exchange with annual revenues exceeding $1.2 billion.
Lancaster University Management School – Plastic Packaging in People’s Lives
The Plastic Packaging in Peoples’ Lives: Rethinking the consumer attitude behaviour gap project (PPiPL) is a UK Research and Innovation Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded interdisciplinary project based at Lancaster University. PPiPL examines how plastic food packaging is embedded in consumers’ day-to-day lives. The project aims to gather behavioural insights to enable policymakers and industry to bridge the gap between consumer attitudes to plastic packaging reduction and their behaviour. Taking the food sector as an exemplar, this research examines the whole packaging supply chain, from production through consumption through waste disposal. The PPiPL project aims to shift behaviours around plastic packaging by developing insights into consumer, business and waste management practices and contributing to transitioning towards cleaner, greener growth.
The history of Lavazza is that of a business which, for over 120 years, has pursued a company vision based on passion for work, for the product and the land in which it operates. These values have been ingrained in Lavazza’s DNA since its foundation in 1895, and upheld by four generations of entrepreneurs. Each family member who has worked in the company has helped it to grow, transforming it into the company it is today, yet still true to the qualities of passion and innovation inherited from Luigi Lavazza.
Laytons Solicitor LLP
Laytons is a commercial law firm founded on a strong set of values that imbue all that we do and are calculated to enable us to achieve the highest standards. For clients, our focus is on you and what is important for you. We apply our expertise with commercial insight to help achieve your objectives. We invest time in building lasting relationships and a good understanding of your affairs. Wherever practical the same lawyers act. In this way we know what matters and our advice can be relevant, effective and appropriate. Commerce is global and therefore so is our capability. Working with overseas firms that we know well to be excellent in their field and jurisdiction, we advise and operate across geographic borders and legal jurisdictions. In short, we seek to understand your needs and to deliver the results that you want, where and when you need them. If you seek a career, our internal culture mirrors our external ethos. We enjoy our work, working with good colleagues and resources, on good quality matters for good clients. Mutually supportive and non-hierarchical, we allow space for development and meld the contributions of all in providing excellent service to our clients.
Lincolnshire County Council
Lincolnshire Waste Partnership
The Lincolnshire Waste Partnership (LWP) aims to:
- Provide innovative, customer-friendly waste management.
- Seek the best environmental options.
- Give value for money to Lincolnshire residents.
- National policy — In December 2018 the Government published its new national waste and resources strategy for England.
- Food waste — The national strategy proposes weekly food waste collections from 2023, in preparation they have been running a trial for food waste collections in South Kesteven to understand the challenges this may bring. They are seeking a sustainable and renewable solution which will be explored over the next few years.
- Plastics — Since the adoption of the Lincolnshire strategy, the world has seen a blaze of interest in plastic waste and how the recycling we collect is handled. Media investigations have challenged waste management practices and raised the profile of accountability and social responsibility.
- Waste crime — The Environment Agency (EA) has an open invitation to LWP meetings providing advice and guidance, the LWP also support the EA in waste crime operations in the county.
- Recycling quality — A separated paper and card collection trial in place from September 2019 with the aim of avoiding any contact with liquids and food, keeping it clean and dry, means they can meet high quality standards of the paper mills who recycle waste paper and card saving vital natural resources. The trial has been a great success and plans are underway to expand collections to more areas in Lincolnshire.
- The wider environment — Driving many miles to collect and dispose of waste increases the carbon footprint for their transport operations so they have worked to optimise routes and are investigating how, in the longer term, they can change to different vehicle fuels to reduce their CO2 emissions.
LitterLotto’s the behavioural app that incentivises users to bin litter and recycling, using instant wins and jackpots. The free app had over 6 million pieces of litter binned through it in its first year and continues to attract users of all demographics. The multi-award winning app is expanding to offer to incentivise all forms of recycling. Currently LitterLotto works with major brands, councils, municipalities and NGOs, and has users all over the world.
Logoplaste is an industrial group, manufacturing rigid plastic packaging for some of the most reputable companies in the world, in the food and beverage, personal care, household care and oil and lubricants sectors. Founded in 1976, for over 35 years, the company has pioneered in-house manufacturing in Europe and beyond with the “hole in the wall” concept, supplying plastic bottles “just-in-time” from factories installed directly on the site of the client. Today, Logoplaste manages more than 60 factories, more than 350 machines, with locations in 16 countries: Brazil, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA and Vietnam. The most up-to-date technologies in injection molding, stretch-blow molding and extrusion molding are used to produce packages across the wide range of market segments. Aligning its industrial activity and capabilities to the competencies developed in packaging design, and packaging engineering, under the umbrella of Logoplaste Innovation Lab, the Company’s goal is to be the natural choice in the supply of rigid plastic packaging solutions.
Aeroplas UK Limited
ALDI Stores Ltd
Aldi is one of Britain’s fastest-growing supermarkets with more than 990 stores and around 40,000 colleagues. The supermarket believes in making everyday amazing and delivering the best possible value for millions of families throughout the UK. Aldi consistently racks up award after award for quality, treats its suppliers and employees with fairness and respect and recognises the responsibility of supporting valued institutions such as Team GB and Paralympics GB to demonstrate the importance of health and wellness. Aldi makes the everyday amazing. But amazing doesn’t happen overnight, which is why Aldi is making changes to be better every single day “ to be fairer, greener and healthier for customers, society and the environment. What’s the reason they do this? Because Aldi believes that everyone should have access to fresh, healthy, affordable food. It’s a right, not a privilege.
Alpek Polyester UK Ltd
Manufacturing thermoformed plastic packaging into the food, pharmaceutical, electronics, horticulture, and Cosmetics industries since 1973, Macpac has a wealth of knowledge. Macpac has designed and manufactured innovative thermoformed packaging for some of the UK’s leading brands. In an industry where brands owe their performance to outstanding packaging design, Macpac has always been at the forefront of bespoke creativity and materials technology, with sustainability, recyclability, and the circular economy increasingly becoming the main focus. Macpac collaborates closely with customers to create bespoke designs that differentiate and stand out. A key benefit is that Macpac controls the entire process all under one roof from first idea, to design, tooling, and packaging manufacture. This total control enables faster response to urgent customer demands ensuring deadlines are met and budgets strictly adhered to. Over the years Macpac has acquired the unique knowledge that can only arise from a long, trusted, and close collaboration with customers. See our website for more information.
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest acute Trusts in the UK, employing over 20,000 staff. It was formed in October 2017 and since then has been responsible for running a family of 10 hospitals across 7 different sites, providing a wide range of services from comprehensive local general hospital care through to highly specialised regional and national services. They are the main provider of hospital care to approximately 750,000 people in Manchester and Trafford and the single biggest provider of specialised services in the North West of England. Additionally, they are also the lead provider for a significant number of specialised services including Breast Care, Vascular, Cardiac, Respiratory, Urology Cancer, Paediatrics, Women’s Services, Ophthalmology and Genomic Medicine.
Mannok Pack Ltd
Mannok Pack Ltd is a manufacturer of plastic rigid food packaging products. Based in Co Cavan, Ireland we employ 150 staff. Our product range includes meat trays, dairy spread containers, ready meal containers and mushroom punnets. Our PET products are manufactured with up 100% recycled material and includes the Detecta by Mannok range, a fully recyclable black PET tray. For more information, and for latest news on new product developments and innovations, please visit our website.
Marks & Spencer Group plc
Over the last 129 years M&S has grown from a single market stall to become an international multi-channel retailer. We now operate in over 50 territories worldwide and employ almost 82,000 people. Remaining true to our founding values of Quality, Value, Service, Innovation and Trust, we work hard to ensure our offer continues to be relevant to our customers. Through diversifying our store locations, channels and product ranges we are reducing our dependence on the UK and broadening our international focus. Our UK turnover is split between Food (54%) and General Merchandise (46%). With 766 stores across the UK and a growing e-commerce business, we sell high-quality, great value food and remain the UK market leaders in womenswear, lingerie and menswear. From browsing through to purchase and delivery, we aim to provide the best shopping experience for our customers. Whether in stores, online or by phone, we offer a convenient service for all our customers – however and whenever they choose to shop with us. We aim to become the world’s most sustainable retailer and Plan A, our eco and ethical programme, is at the very heart of how we do business. More than five years since launch, we continue to extend the influence of Plan A – engaging our employees, suppliers and customers.
Marmax Products are award winning manufacturers of outdoor furniture and play equipment made from 100% UK recycled plastic, all hand made in County Durham. All products are made from HDPE plastic which was once a milk container. All Marmax Products are maintenance free and do not rot, corrode or splinter, they are extremely tough, durable and come with a 20 year construction guarantee. Marmax Products customers are from the education, leisure, tourism, Public and Private sectors.
Measom Freer & Company Limited
Here at Measom Freer we pride ourselves on being one of the most respected names in plastic packaging. But that reputation is deserved because we have carefully developed the quality of our product range, alongside the extremely high regard we have for customer service. Whether you choose to order from our extensive off-the-shelf ranges, or your requirement is for a custom moulded item, you can be guaranteed that the finished product and the level of service will both be excellent. Our customers find that we are the ideal one-stop-shop for all their packaging needs, because as a stockist of such an extensive product range itâ€™s all available for immediate delivery â€“ no matter how small the order. But we are also specialists in bespoke packaging and our bottles and injection mouldings can be manufactured to even the most challenging of requirements. And, we can make customised alterations to any of our stock items, if that suits your needs or budget better. Whatever you need, weâ€™ve been providing a personal service with exceptional attention to detail for over 80 years. So, you can rely on Measom Freer to provide the ideal plastic packaging solution, just when you need it. To discuss an individual requirement or project in detail, please contact our Sales Department on the telephone number below or send an enquiry from our Contact page. You can buy online direct from stock, or request samples and catalogues on the website.
Mercona is a leading supplier of own label personal care products. With extensive ranges in Sun Care, Hair Care, Hair Colour and Body Care we benchmark against leading brands to give our customers ranges that compete at the highest level. With a state-of-the-art production facility and proactive R&D centre in Germany we supply to all the leading retailers throughout Europe and have built long-lasting relationships based on trust, quality and innovation. We work hard for our clients to develop new ranges that reflect their ambitions to provide their customers with exciting products that they can trust and will perform to their expectations whether it be a skin-sensitive dermatological hair treatment or a high fashion hair colour. We also take seriously the concerns for having products that are socially responsible and assist our customers on how they can achieve aesthetically pleasing ranges that attract the eye but are sustainable at end of product life. Todayâ€™s consumer demands for own label are as exacting as they are for leading brands and our team is constantly shifting the bar upwards to meet these challenges.
Midwest Polychem Ltd
Midwest Polychem Ltd, are a new innovative recycling plant based in Holbeach Hurn. They acquired a 8.5-acre site in January and have transformed the site over the past 7 months into a facility which is capable of producing 3,000 tonnes of cold & hot washed recycled PET flakes per month. They see bales of PET bottles crushed and granulated into flakes which will be washed and checked before being bagged up and sold onto manufacturers to be repurposed. There is also a further area which, once completed, they will put jazz plastic (coloured waste) through the same process in order to create yarn, this is used for high viz jackets and staple fibre to be used in cars and household items. The granulated PET flake that is produced allows them to access both bottle manufacturers. Their compounding process will allow them to have access to PET sheets which in turn will be turned into Food Packaging. A separate area will focus on recycling uPVC windows producing pellets which will make window profiles, PVC pipes, and conduits.
Milton Keynes Council
Milton Keynes Council is the local authority of the Borough of Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire, England. It is a unitary authority, having the powers of a non-metropolitan county and district council combined
Modiform focuses on the various links in the horticultural supply chain and is always looking for ways in which the various parties can collaborate, from breeder and grower to trade, retail, and consumers. Modiform supports, facilitates, and develops a whole spectrum of solutions â€“ from simple to complex â€“ for packaging needs, adding value for the client. Thinking and acting sustainably is in the genes of this family company. Materials are collected from wider society and upcycled into high-quality and unique products as well as innovative concepts.
Monoworld Ltd is a family business with over 30 years experience in the recycling industry. The company started off with recycling of plastic waste but has since grown and provides total recycling solutions for all forms of waste. The company operates out of a purpose built facility in Bedfordshire. The Bedfordshire site also houses a Materials Recycling Facility with processes around 50,000 tons of mixed dry kerbside recyclables. The MRF also processes around 25,000 tons of commercial waste. The plant segregates paper, cardboard, plastics, metals & wood, resulting in low levels of materials ending up in landfill. The company is a registered waste carrier & conforms to the duty of care. All our drivers are WAMITAB trained & hold a COTC certificate which ensures safe & efficient collections. The company is also an Environment Agency accredited recycler of plastic & paper waste and can provide PRNâ€™s (Packaging Recovery Notes) to obligated companies. Monoworld has ISO 9001 accreditation and has implemented a quality management system. This enables the company to track waste collections through to processing and finished goods. This results in a full a auditable trail for all waste materials collected & processed by Monoworld. Monoworld has ISO 14001 accreditation and is continuously reducing the impact of its business on the environment. The company has implemented onboard fuel management systems, emissions controls, reduction in use of heat, water & energy in the offices and encouraging staff to participate actively in reducing the business impact on the environment.
Morph Bricks Limited
MorphÂ® is an innovative 100% recycled and recyclable modular construction system which repurposes and reduces waste, encourages long-term investment and supports the circular economy movement. Their idea evolved from looking deeper into industry practices and their research confirmed concerns and experiences of a throw-away culture not only in furniture but also in office fit-out and office moves. The practices which are widely accepted as the norm are having a devastating and long-term impact on the environment and Morph Bricks Ltd wanted to find a solution. Lightweight and strong with a uniquely designed male to female click connection system, Morph core components â€“ single brick, double brick, base and top â€“ click together in a brick like format providing office furniture and fit-out solutions including walls, desks, tables, video conferencing units, reception desks, tiered seating and meeting bays. Every product can be taken apart and rebuilt into a new design.
Müller UK & Ireland
Müller UK & Ireland is wholly owned by Unternehmensgruppe Theo Müller which employs over 32,000 people throughout Europe. In the UK, Müller develops, manufactures and markets a wide range of branded and private label dairy products made with milk from 1,300 farmers in Britain. Müller is ranked within the top 20 in The Grocer’s Top 100 list of Britain’s Biggest Brands and is picked from shelves millions of times each year. Müller UK & Ireland includes: Müller Milk & Ingredients produces branded and private label fresh milk, cream, butter and ingredients products. It boasts a network of dairies and depots servicing customers throughout the country. Müller Yogurt & Desserts is the UK’s leading yogurt manufacturer. It is responsible for major brands like Müller Corner, Müllerlight, Müller Bliss, Müller Rice, and FRijj, and produces chilled desserts under licence from Mondelez International. It also supplies the UK private label yogurt market from a dedicated, state of the art yogurt facility.
Nestle´© UK Ltd
NestlÃ© is the worldâ€™s largest food and beverage company. With more than 2,000 brands, ranging from global icons to local favourites, they are present in 191 countries around the world.
Founded in 1993 and still family run to this today, we are one of the most trusted voices in the recovered materials recycling industry. We are highly experienced across all sectors of the recycling industry; sourcing, supplying, and working with partners across the UK, Europe and the Far East. With our rigorous quality checks, supplier visits, and education programmes we ensure everyone we work with is operating at their best. With a reputation built on quality and customer service Newport Recycling believes the key to our success is in the way we value our customers. We purchase and collect all types of recovered material at competitive rates. Whether you produce a lot or a little, weâ€™ll do our best to find you the optimum rates for your fibres. Newport Recycling commands a diverse and unrivalled buying power that ensures competitive pricing and exceptional customer service. HISTORY Having grown from an initially small operation providing services across the UK, coverage is now across the whole of Great Britain and Ireland with sales domestically and also to Europe and Asia. We have always believed in mutually beneficial contracts, and we work hard to ensure that both our customers and end users are happy with the products and services we provide. We do this by minimising risk the associated with volatile commodities markets, whilst ensuring that the quality of our end products is always correct. By maintaining strong relationships with suppliers for over 20 years and by providing all parties with quality service and continuity, we establish relationships to offer repressors stable long-term solutions and to provide unsurpassed solutions for suppliers. WE OFFER SOME OF THE BEST DEALS ON RECYCLABLE MATERIALS. We offer some of the best deals available on recyclable materials â€“ everything from newspapers and magazines to plastic bottles and films and steel and aluminium cans. Newport Recycling can offer a wide array of recycling facilities to meet your needs; perfectly balancing revenue and carbon footprint. Materials we recycle include â€¢ Newspapers and magazines. â€¢ OCC/OKLS Cardboard. â€¢ Mixed papers. â€¢ Mixed and segregated plastic bottles and trays. â€¢ LDPE plastic films. â€¢ Mixed glass bottles and jars. â€¢ UBCâ€™s â€“ Steel and Aluminium cans. â€¢ Comingled materials. â€¢ Used tyres and tyre wire A LARGE NETWORK We believe secure outlets for recyclable materials are of paramount importance, so we have developed a wide network of reliable long-term relations across the UK, Europe and the Far East. This secure yet flexible network is the key to us providing the best solutions for everyone involved and is why we are known for reliability and quality of service.
NEWS (Norfolk Environmental Waste Services)
Norfolk Environmental Waste Services Ltd (NEWS) is one of East Anglia’s leading waste management and recycling companies. NEWS process local authority dry recyclable waste, and offer commercial general and recyclable waste collections throughout Norfolk.
Nextek delivers sustainable solutions for plastics and recycling including design of recycling plants and the incorporation of high quality recycled content into new packaging, working with Government agencies, Industry Groups, Private SMEâ€™s, Retailers, Brand owners, and Manufacturers. Working directly with leading equipment suppliers in the waste and recycling industry completing trials and process evaluations to optimise performance and outcomes for their clients, Nextek provide expertise and solutions for complex waste challenges. Their approach is to work together with their clients to help them develop sustainable products with high recycled content aligned with their environmental goals and a focus on the circular economy.
Norfolk Waste Partnership [Recycle for Norfolk]
Recycle for Norfolk, is the public-facing brand of the Norfolk Waste Partnership (NWP); a partnership of Norfolkâ€™s County, District, Borough and City Councils working together to reduce rubbish and improve waste and recycling services for Norfolkâ€™s residents.
UK and Ireland agents for EREMA GmbH, Linz, Austria specialising in recycling of all types of Plastics from in-house, Post-industrial, post-consumer back in to original products including food grade rPET and rHDPE. UK and Ireland agents for Sorema Srl, Anzano del Parco, Italy specialising in the washing of many types of plastics including films, Pots tubs , trays and bottles.
Ocado Retail Ltd
Ocado Retail is a joint venture between Marks & Spencer Group and Ocado Group. They are responsible for ocado.com and Ocado Zoom, their fast-growing, same-day grocery service. Ocadoâ€™s unique structure enables them to outperform the market, combining award-winning customer service and unrivalled customer data; world-leading technology and logistics from Ocado Group, and unrivalled product development from M&S. Their ambition is to be the biggest online grocer in the UK.
One Hundred Knightsbridge Ltd.
The Private Office, One Hundred Knightsbridge Ltd., was established by its Principal, Siobhan Barney, in order to assist private clients and their family offices raise appropriate financial packages to meet their real estate needs. The Private Office, One Hundred Knightsbridge Ltd., sources and structures financial solutions for real estate transactions; principally regulated private client mortgages, real estate investment, and residential development funding. The Private Office, One Hundred Knightsbridge Ltd., recognises introducing parties and would be delighted to provide private clients, or their professional advisors, with advice on different funding solutions prior to being formally appointed.
Packamama is the newly established climate tech packaging business designed for a circular economy and offering packaging protecting Mother Earth. It is spun off from sustainable wine success GarÃ§on Wines and encompasses the packaging elements from that scale-up business. Believing in the far-reaching opportunity that packaging offers to be a force for good, Packamama is on a mission to help create a low carbon future in the drinks industry, starting with better wine bottles: multi-award-winning, eco-flat bottles that save space, weight and energy to slash carbon emissions. This tackles the wine industryâ€™s carbon footprint hotspot of round, glass bottles. Headquartered in London, UK, Packamama is powered by a production network of industry leaders spanning the UK, Australia and the US. A passionate team at HQ and in Melbourne, and soon California too, provide forward-thinking wine companies and brands with the packaging and production to implement Packamamaâ€™s IP-protected portfolio of innovative, climate-friendly bottles into their businesses and across the world.
Pakway is an up and coming innovative and quality driven company, partnering thermoforming organisations in the UK and Europe. Established in 2016 and subsequently gaining BRC grade AA accreditation, the management team have combined their technical knowledge, design experience and process skills to provide customers with high quality RPET sheet and services both cost effectively and in line with legislative compliance. The core vision of Pakway is to be ranked as the number one producer of RPET sheet by our customers due to our understanding of the applications, end use design, quality of materials demanded and outstanding services.
Papier-Mettler UK Ltd.
Innovative, dynamic and reliable. Papier-Mettler is the European market leader for paper and plastic service packaging. Our family-owned company has been characterised by innovation, dynamism and reliability for over 50 years. We drive forward the research and development of sustainable product solutions in a targeted manner. The company has been a pioneer in the field of â€œgreen packaging solutionsâ€ for many years and offers the most extensive range of environmentally friendly packaging in the world. Our range encompasses recycled plastic, plastics made from renewable raw materials, bio-degradable plastics and paper. We are a reliable and flexible partner with a long tradition of expertise that develops individual solutions to meet your requirements.
PÓppelmann Plastics UK Ltd
Introducing a successful family-owned enterprise: PÓ§ppelmann â€“ A company you can trust. Since 1949, PÓ§ppelmann has developed five production sites with 550 injection moulding and thermoforming machines and extruders, growing into one of the leading manufacturers in the plastics processing industry. â€œMade by PÓ§ppelmannâ€ quality is valued in over 90 countries worldwide. This includes a wide range of sectors: We supply the commercial horticulture with plant pots and cultivation systems and are also partners for numerous companies in the fields of machine and equipment engineering, the automotive, electrical, solar, food and beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and medical industries, as well as surface engineering and the controls and instruments industry.
Peel L&P Environmental Ltd
Peel L&P Environmental works with landowners, investors, operators, contractors and technology providers to develop deliverable business models for waste and environmental technology projects. Offering property solutions and delivering consented property to facilitate development in established and emerging markets. Peel Environmental have a proven track record securing planning permission for new capacity and infrastructure in these niche sectors. The Companyâ€™s flagship development Protos is a destination for energy, innovation and industry, set in the industrial heartland of the North West. Proto will play host to proposals for the UKâ€™s first Plastic Park development.
Pelican help organisations succeed by delivering strategic marketing and PR campaigns that make a measurable commercial difference. They are expert communicators committed to being specialists in our chosen markets: food, packaging & food production, environment and outdoor & leisure. Pelican also have a great track record advising trade associations and delivering people development programmes.
Pellenc Selective Technologies
PELLENC Selective Technologies is a company dedicated to the development of optical sorting solutions. The French-based company experienced a rapid growth and now enjoys a global presence with over 800 systems in operation around the world. Their sensor-based systems enable recovering valuable materials from a variety of waste stream such as Municipal Solid Waste, Dry Recyclables, C&I, WEEE, etc. Part of the largest European Research programme (OSEO) for optical technology, PELLENC Selective Technologies is at the forefront of this technology and innovation. Some of their developments have led to breakthroughs in the areas of plastic film sorting, multilayer materials detection and tray sorting. PELLENC Selective Technologies have strong references in the UK and work with the major players in the Industry.
Pentex represents equipment and speciality material suppliers into the rigid plastics packaging sector. Since 2000 we have concentrated on rPET materials and technologies. Between 2000 and 2017 we have supplied more than 65,000 tons of sheet extrusion capacity for PET and rPET; 36,000 tons of pellet extrusion; more than 90,000 tons of supercleaning and solid stating and have retrofitted gauging and measuring equipment to more than 20 existing extrusion lines. Our focus is improving the quality of recycled materials as well as working in the recycling community to find new applications and supplying additives, colours and processes to achieve the required levels of performance. We can deliver turnkey packages for the manufacture of rigid plastic packaging based on recycled materials.
People Against Dirty Holdings Limited (Ecover & Method)
People Against Dirty have always done things differently. They are fearless thinkers, mad scientists and adventurous designers who believe that making soap leads to brave ideas, bold inventions and beautiful bubbles. They are small but have big plans to make the world a cleaner, greener, more colorful place. You are all invited to join them as they pioneer a future where doing business is doing good for all.
Perpetual Plastic for Food to Go (PPFTG)
The Perpetual Plastic for Food to Go (PPFTG) project aims to find solutions to existing issues with plastic packaging, reduce plastic waste and pollution, and unlock barriers to create fundamental changes within UK industry. Funded by the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging Challenge (SSPP) this 3-year project is led by Loughborough University in collaboration with industry partners from across the food to go supply chain. Taking a design-led approach, this project will develop, prototype, and evaluate a novel circular business model that combines smart-technology enabled products and services to reduce the environmental, societal, and economic impact of food to go packaging.
Petcore Europe is the association representing the complete PET value chain in Europe since 1993. Its mission is to ensure that the entire PET industry is well aligned to enhance its value and sustainable growth, to represent the PET industry before the European institutions and other stakeholders, to ensure that PET is positioned as an outstanding packaging material and recognised as environmentally sound, to support and validate innovative packaging solutions from a recycling perspective, and to work with all interested parties to ensure a continuous increase of PET post-consumer collection and recycling. PET (PolyEthylene Terephthalate) is a strong but lightweight form of polyester. It is used to make containers for soft drinks, juices, drinks, water, edible oil, fresh food and dairy as well as household cleaners and other non-food applications. PET bottles and food containers, such as sheets and trays are perfectly recyclable while they help to reduce CO2 emissions and food waste.
Pi Polymer Recycling Ltd
Pi Polymer was set up to deliver systems-focused solutions for plastic waste management. The company’s operations (its LRPRF) is located at the Binn Eco Park in Perthshire, Scotland. The management team brings extensive sector experience with an ability to build and sustain stakeholder value.
PlasticsEurope is a leading European trade association, with centres in Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Milan and Paris. Networking with European and national plastics associations Plastics Europe have more than 100 member companies, who are responsible for producing more than 90% of all polymers across the 27 member states of the European Union, plus Norway, Switzerland, Turkey and UK. On a global level, they actively support the World Plastics Council (WPC) and the Global Plastics Alliance (GPA).
Plastipak is Europe’s largest producer of PET preforms, bottles and containers for soft drinks, food, alcohol, home & personal care and other applications, supplying many of the best-known brands.
Polyolefin Circular Economy Platform (PCEP)
The Polyolefin Circular Economy Platform’s goal is to transform the entire polyolefin system from a linear to a circular one, keeping this valuable material in the economy, at its highest value, for as long as possible. PCEP is a unique forum for all stakeholders in the polyolefin value chain to work together through dialogue and collaboration. It is the embodiment of the industry’s collective commitment to take responsibility for their products and create one voice for polyolefins in Europe. Membership is open to brand owners, retailers, waste management organisations, recyclers, converters, producers and any other stakeholders playing an active role in the polyolefin value chain.
Polytag Limited is a UK start-up that has developed a process methodology of marking and detection that could revolutionise the UK recycling sector. The immediate focus of Polytag is the FMCG sector and to implement its technology to enable them and their manufacturers the ability to recover their own packaging materials (principally polymers) through the current waste infrastructure for onward recycling (not down-cycling) and compounding back to a known material specification for reuse into their own products.
PPS Recovery Systems Ltd
PREP Design Pty Ltd
PREP Design was founded in 2017, shortly before forming a strong partnership with OPRL to make PREP available to OPRL’s rapidly expanding membership. PREP is used at the design stage of packaging (all materials) to ensure it is actually recyclable in the UK market. Now, whilst it is appreciated there are many variable factors across the UK recycling market, PREP does a good job at simulating the journey of packaging from collection, its sorting via the UK MRFs, and its behaviour with the down-stream reprocessors. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), made up of experts from across the supply chain, now assists OPRL to ensure the PREP settings are as accurate as possible and are adjusted as the market changes. Uniquely, PREP provides immediate feedback to the designer to explain why an item of packaging is not recyclable so changes can be made before going to market. PREP look forward to working closely with OPRL and us to assist with OPRL’s new Recyclability Certification scheme for plastics.