For quite a while now Moore Accountancy have been actively recycling and trying to reduce paper waste.
As a firm we are using email for 95% of our correspondence and print/post out letters and documents to a small 5% of our client base who either do not have access to a computer or are unable to use the internet proficiently.
We are currently working on a project to integrate a portal to our systems, so that clients can click, sign and confirm acceptance of documents without having to print, sign and scan back to us – more on this in future newsletters.
Separate to this we are conscious of the effect of not recycling for our environment, and have now signed up as a partner for some TerraCycle recycling programmes.
TerraCycle is an innovative recycling company that has become a global leader in recycling typically hard-to-recycle waste, and you can find out more about them here.
We are currently partners and a drop off point for 3 schemes, details of which can be found below.
So, if you want to recycle your toothbrushes, your shampoo bottle lids and your crackers wrappers then please start collecting and then drop them off in the dedicated bins at the side of our property.
Trafford and other local authorities recycle lots of plastic, foil and paper but what we are recycling are the products that generally end up in the bin.
Have a look at the links and support us if you can 🙂
Any brand of toothbrushes, electric and battery toothbrush heads, toothpaste cartons (but please use your normal cardboard recycling where available), toothbrush packaging and toothpaste tubes and caps (see downloadable poster here)
Any brand of biscuit, cracker and cake wrappers such as digestives, rich tea etc. This includes the likes of Penguin’s etc but not chocolate bars like Mars, Snickers etc, or the inside plastic tray as they are made from a different material. (see downloadable poster here)
All brands of plastic roll on deodorants, flexible plastic wipes packaging, beauty product bottle caps, trigger sprays, pump heads and flexible plastic tubes (see downloadable poster here)
Here is an easy crib sheet for this programme, which is also available for download via the above link: