SilverMany congratulations to the following companies who have received a Silver Zero Waste Award
Book Point LTD: Too Many Elephants are Going to Landfill
Bookpoint is part of the
Hachette UK Group and one of the leading book distributors within the UK. Founded
in 1973, Bookpoint has been supplying businesses for more than 35 years
delivering an efficient, high quality serviceto the book industry. Bookpoint
distributes on behalf of publishing divisions of the Hachette UK Group as well
as a number of third party client publishers.
Bookpoint employs approximately
300 staff, operating from a 7.3 acre site. The business delivers a
comprehensive customer service including an export department and a direct
service department handling orders straight to the end customer. Operations
cover 20 hours a day within a 5 day week with deliveries worldwide.
BPR Group T/A Paper Round
Paper Round are a part of the BPR Group and provide complete business recycling that is Simple, Reliable and Ethical. We also offer stationery and zero to landfill waste services.
|Caerphilly County Borough Council|
Caerphilly County Borough Council is a local authority located in South Wales. Our vision is to improve the quality of life of communities by making them more sustainable, improving civic pride, confidence and striving for excellence and continuous improvement in community health and well-being.
|The Chantry Centre|
|Diageo Belfast Packaging|
Diageo Europe Beer Supply supplies Guinness and other beer products to 150 countries. Our production sites are located in Dublin, Dundalk, Kilkenny and Waterford in Ireland, with packaging sites in Belfast and Runcorn in the UK. Guinness, Smithwick’s and Harp are our main brands, with Budweiser and Carlsberg brewed under licence for the Irish market.
The European Recycling Company Ltd
ERC Ltd. works alongside local authorities, waste companies and retailers to collect and recycle unwanted clothing, and give them new life. We are committed to closed loop recycling and the waste hierarchy.
GENeco: Zero Waste Through Innovation
GENeco is Wessex Water’s waste, recycling and renewable energy company. It turns organic waste and sewage into renewable energy and fertiliser and prioritises a sustainable, zero-waste solution for food waste.
Heart Shopping Centre: The Heart, Clean and Green
The Heart Shopping Centre is a mixed-use development including 59 retail units, 279 apartments and a 799 space car park.
Both commercial and residential
areas of The Heart create a vibrant and attractive development.
HMP Onley Prison
HMP Onley is a category C adult training prison. Our mission is to provide a purposeful regime for prisoner, with opportunities for training and personal development that will support their successful resettlement into meaningful and lawful roles in society.
Midlands Co-Operative Society: Zero Waste to Landfill
Midlands Co-operative Society is one of the largest independent retail societies in the UK. It is a modern forward looking organisation which employs over 7,000 staff. Midlands Co-operative has more than 300 trading outlets across 11 counties.
MITIE: Santander with MITIE: The Journey to Zero Waste
waste business combines the strength of MITIE in the marketplace with an expert
knowledge of the waste industry to take our clients on the zero waste journey.
Perkins Engines Company Limited
Perkins is one of the world's leading suppliers of off-highway diesel and gas engines in the 4 – 2000kW market, providing power solutions to over 1,000 equipment manufacturers around the world.
|Premier Sustain provides sustainable furniture
management services to support organisations in reusing, remodelling,
refurbishing, reselling and donating office furniture and equipment, always
aiming to achieve 100% diversion from landfill.|
The Romford Brewery Trust
The Brewery is Romford's first choice for shopping, eating and having fun with stores, restaurants and bars, along with Vue cinema, a 24-lane bowling alley, the ultimate indoor adventure park Kidspace and a Virgin Active Health & Fitness Club.
|Three River District Council |