Yesterday we attended the CCIC London seminar in conjunction with the Recycling Association at Haydock Racecourse. The aim of the the CCIC is to improve the UK’s quality as the global market changes. The new Chinese export requirements and inspections scheme for the UK has been introduced and as a recycling depot we are committed to producing a quality product.
Last week the Chief visited Fare Share Hull to deliver food waste solutions.
Fareshare is run in partnership with the Goodwin Development Trust, an organisation that provides a whole Family of Services designed to improve quality of life for all our communities and feeds more than 10,500 people every week who are directly affected by food poverty.
Allensway Recycling works closely with FareShare Hull to dispose of any food waste that is no longer not fit for human consumption.
Find out more about Fare Share at https://bit.ly/2PafMa5
Allensway Recycling is proud to be sponsoring this years’ Viking FM Green award. From championing local green issues to promoting recycling and inspiring others to do so, this award is for a person with a passion for protecting the environment and make their community greener.
Find out more at; https://bit.ly/2DXaptr