It has joined forces with recycling and waste management specialist Sita UK as part of the not-for-profit sustainability initiative, which it says will help it and its customers work towards zero waste.
The scheme will also give 3663 in-depth information about what materials are delivered into and collected from each of 3663’s sites. For large 3663 customers this means providing bespoke “packing in” stats providing them with a closed loop report based on what physically goes in and out.
Sita UK will physically collect and distribute waste to be reused and recycled, plus provide an initial audit on waste and recycling requirements and an on-board weighing facility for each collection.
Bernadette Chamley, 3663’s manager of the scheme said: “Our customers have been asking us for some time to collect packaging and other waste streams. Up until now, we have only been able to collect and recycle waste cooking oil via our partnership with Convert2Green. As part of our continued commitment to sustainability initiatives, we are now able to offer our customers a fully comprehensive waste and recycling service.”