Following on from companies taking part in the RPM Plastic Awareness training we kick off Plastic Free July with our “Meet Our Members” series, starting with our ‘Engaged’ member Aflac NI.
We help organizations to identify and reduce problem plastics and set up management systems that can be certified against our RPM Standard
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RPM Business Benefits
Engaging with the RPM Program brings with it a host of benefits for business
- Environment and Climate Protection
- Stakeholder and society trust
- Recognition as a leader
- Brand reputation
- Employee pride and engagement
- Increased Awareness
- Attracting talent
- Cost savings and efficiencies
- Increased knowledge and awareness
- Long-term sustainability
- Getting ahead of likely legislation
- Attracting investors
- Competitive edge in tenders
- A visible way to engage with the UN SDGs
Organizations in these sectors have engaged to date
- Food & Drink
- IT Service
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We are very proud to have multinational organisations use the services of the RPM Program.
It was a pleasure delivering Plastic Awareness Training to the Aflac NI team over two days last week, both online and at their wonderful Belfast offices.
Peter Marshall Speaking at 2022 Northern Ireland Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition
Our Co-Founder, Peter Marshall will be speaking at the event. Peter will be speaking on "Responsible Plastic Management in Supply Chains - Reducing Environmental and Climate Impacts."
The RPM Program is delighted to be a FINALIST in the Best Responsible Product/Service category of the Business in the Community Northern Ireland Responsible Business Awards in 2022.
We are excited to announce that our Program Director Dave Garforth will be speaking at The 2022 Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, taking place on the 25th & 26th of May at RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin.
IMAGINE a world that was drowning and choking in petrochemical based plastic and microplastics.
This a great video by Studio Birthplace demonstrating exactly what our rate of plastic bottle production looks like. It reinforces the need for better plastic management and circularity. There is the need to reduce the use and dependence on single use plastic for the benefit of the environment and the health of society.
The RPM Program will be attending the Seafood Expo North America (Boston Seafood Show) talking 'Seafood Sector Plastics',
Dave Garforth of RPM Program will present on the activities and approach to Responsible Plastic Management in the seafood sector at the KTN Global Research and Innovation Sustainability in Plastics (GRIPS) event March 15th 2022, 09.00 - 16.30 GMT.
We continue our new 'Meet our Members' Series with our Engaged member McLaughlin & Harvey. Here we have some insights from John Logan, Group Environmental Manager who tells us a bit more about the business, why they joined the RPM Program and how it is benefiting them.
Introducing our new 'Meet our Members' Series. We kick off the series with some insights from Riki Neill, Managing Director of RNN Communications who tells us a bit more about her business, why they joined the RPM Program and how it is benefiting them.
The RPM Program are delighted to be shortlisted for a 2021 Social Enterprise Award in the 'One to Watch' category. The awards ceremony will take place on Friday 15th October at 3.30pm.
In this press release our Program Director, Dave Garforth outlines how the aquaculture industry is currently managing plastics, the challenges and how the RPM Program can assist the industry moving forward to ensure that all plastics within aquaculture are responsibly managed plastics.
New Key Role Announcement! We are delighted to welcome Adrian Davis to the RPM team. Adrian recently joined us in a Co-Founder role, and is taking the lead on company operations and technical support to our members.
Free RPM & SAIC Webinar - Plastics in Aquaculture - A Responsible Management Approach. Thursday 23rd September 2021, 2:30-3:30pm BST. Learn from case studies and research on how to manage plastics successfully.