Scottish recycling and waste management company Change Waste Recycling has announced a three-year partnership with Social Bite, a charity dedicated to ending homelessness in Scotland and across the UK. It will fund one of the homes in the new Glasgow Social Bite village as part of their new partnership with Social Bite.
Scottish recycling and waste management company Changeworks Recycling has changed its name to Change Waste Recycling. The new name reflects the company’s long held mission to promote change in the recycling industry, shifting the way waste and recycling is viewed, prioritising high quality source segregated collections over traditional dry mixed recycling.
Continuing our series of blogs highlighting our teams, this month we meet Ella and Beth who are part of our Business Development team in Glasgow.
Changeworks has announced the sale of its remaining 50% share of Changeworks Recycling to Forbes Connor, making Changeworks one of the first social enterprises in Scotland to lead the exit of a joint venture and make a profit.
Continuing our series of blogs highlighting our teams, this month we meet Angela, our Senior Client Relationship Manager.
In this new series of blogs, each month we’ll sit down and have a chat with our different teams. So you can find out more about the people who make Change Waste Recycling an award winning company.
Dry mixed recycling (DMR) is the established system of recycling collection across the UK. DMR involves placing clean dry recyclables such as paper, cardboard, cans and plastic, into one recycling container, before being picked up and separated at a recycling plant.
COP26 is under way in Glasgow, but what is it and why is this conference so important? COPS or Conference of Parties have been running since 1994 when the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was signed. This is the 26th COP to take place and building on the agreements made at COP21 it’s…
At Change Waste Recycling, we know the true expense of commercial waste – it could be costing your business (and the environment) more than you think.