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In January all RPS depot operatives completed their RTITB forklift truck training with ATL. With a 100% pass rate RPS are very proud of our operatives for achieving an excellent qualification. The ATL assessors and instructors helped tremendously and were a pleasure to work with. The comments from ATL clearly demonstrate the success of the […]
Working closely with the Anglian Group in Norwich, RPS has been able to implement a cost effective solution to help Anglian Windows responsibly dispose of their raw material FIBC big bags. With a relationship built up through the recovery of Ineos Compounds packaging, all the raw material packaging from Anglian Windows will be reused or recycled. […]
Through efforts to achieve end of waste RPS attended a seminar hosted by NISP North East at Durham County Cricket Club. It set out the aims of the UK waste framework directive while identifying ways in which companies can assess their waste and find a solution to achieve zero to landfill. The day began with […]
In an aim to further reduce our general waste RPS have recently purchased a wormery to reduce and recycle all organic waste. The wormery will in turn help reduce the amount of overall general waste that is sent to landfill while also maintaining a healthy ecosystem for the RPS new recruits.
To ensure that RPS reduce, and ultimately remove, their general waste to landfill we are aiming to have zero to landfill status by the end of Q1-2012. There is already a great deal of waste that RPS recycles, for example all scrap wooden pallets and timber is chipped and turned into fuel briquettes. Also, all […]
RPS have pledged £100.00 to the Children Challenging Industry (CCI) programme run by a charitable foundation. NEPIC, who has monitored trends in educational matters, have focussed their attention to maximise the uptake of science and engineering subjects in school, especially in Primary education. The long term view of the CCI programme will help to improve […]