Great to have Thorntons Recycling engaging with the John Sisk & Son Ltd Zero Plastic to Landfill initiative.
We help organizations to identify and reduce problem plastics and set up management systems that can be verified against our RPM Standard
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Zero Plastic to Landfill Challenge is a commitment from an organization to work to divert plastics away from landfills to better processes such as recycling, reduction, reuse or energy recovery.
Organizations engaged in the Challenge can use the Engaged logo and strive towards certification.
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RPM Business Benefits
Engaging with the RPM Program brings with it a host of benefits for business
- Evidence of being a Plastic Conscious organization
- Stakeholder and society trust
- Recognition as a Responsible Business
- Enhanced brand reputation
- Employee pride and engagement
- Increased Plastic Awareness
- Attracting talent
- Cost savings and efficiencies
- Increased Plastic Knowledge
- Long-term sustainability
- Getting ahead of likely legislation
- Attracting investors in Green Growth
- Competitive edge in tenders
- A visible way to engage with the UN SDGs
- Enhanced circularity and plastic waste repurposing
- Reduction of single-use plastics
Organizations in these sectors have engaged to date
- Food & Drink
- IT Service
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We continue our Meet our Members Series with our Engaged Member SISK. Here we have some insights from Keith O'Flynn, Group Supply Chain and Sustainability Manager who tells us a bit more about the business, why they joined the RPM Program and how it is benefiting them.
The RPM Program is Shortlisted as Finalists in Two Categories at the 2023 All Ireland Sustainability Awards
The RPM Program is a finalist in the 2023 All Ireland Sustainability Awards!
Incredible Milestone Achieved! John Sisk & Son becomes an Engaged Member of the RPM Program this Plastic Free July
Learning Pool, the leading global leading provider of corporate learning solutions, has taken steps towards a more sustainable future by joining the Zero Plastic to Landfill Challenge during this Plastic Free July!
Farrans Construction complete RPM Program Plastic Awareness Training for Plastic Free July 2023