Article published on 30 January 2018
In recent months we have seen a surge in media attention to recycling and in particular recycling processes in relation to Plastics. David Attenborough through his TV show Blue Planet II showed us evidence that plastic has flowed into ocean waters thousands of miles from land, allowing albatrosses to unwittingly feed their chicks plastic.
It has raised the question whether plastics should be used at all in packaging of items and in particular at supermarkets.
We only use metal, compact, plastic and wood materials that are 100% recyclable. We are also certified to PEFC, so all of our wood is sourced from eco-managed forest and any wood we use is replaced to ensure the sustainability. We are monitored yearly for this certification and have to provide evidence of how we have achieved this across the year.
Some other key stats worth noting are:
- We only use water based paints that are lead free and currently only contain 4% of any solvents
- 70% of all our waste is reused and converted into energy
- All cardboard and packaging we receive from our sub-contractors is recycled and 50% of these is reused in our own packaging
Above and beyond this though – we conduct on a yearly basis our own sustainable development audit – where we assess our processes on materials used, optimal packaging techniques, solvent use, energy use and any waste and how this can be converted and reused in our product life cycle.
If you are interested in learning more about how we are committed to sustainable development and recycling then please download our full sustainable development guide here
For any other questions please contact us and we will be happy to assist.
Article published on 10 March 2020
Proludic are delighted to introduce Russell Dyer as the newest addition to our expanding team. Russell has taken on the role of Contracts Manager, created to manage the increase in project installs we are seeing across the midlands and central belt of the UK. Russell’s addition to the Proludic team comes at a time when...
Article published on 18 September 2019
The CMO (Chief Medical Officer) has released new guidelines (on the 7th September) that has reduced the amount of physical exercises from a minimum of 10 minutes a day to doing whatever you can, when you can. Any form of physical exercise is, according to Professor Dame Sally Davies, better than nothing at all. Whether...