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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 […]
On 26th August RPS achieved ISO 14001:2004 accreditation. RPS are extremely proud of all the hard work of all members the staff to ensure the accreditation enforces our drive to lower the impact of our business on the environment, emphasising our ethos of reduce, reuse, recycle. In line with this environmental accreditation RPS will not […]
On Wednesday 15th June NISP welcomed RPS Managing Director, Tim Hutchinson, to their North East Packaging Solutions “All Wrapped Up” seminar to give a presentation discussing the benefits of reuse and recycling of wooden packaging, for example wooden pallets. It was a well received presentation providing information on the reuse of packaging to help reduce […]
RPS is happy to announce its latest member of staff to join the RPS team at Melmerby. With the installation of the new FIBC refurbishment rigs and the introduction of sorting and inspecting FIBCs creating the opportunity, it is with great pleasure that RPS welcome John Hart to the team.