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Running total of tonnes saved from landfill

47,496

Since January 2015

Overview

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INDUSTRY SECTOR

The scheme applies to and will benefit all companies that produce label waste, covering the whole label industry supply chain.
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THE MISSION

The Prismm Zero 2 Landfill Scheme has been set up with the aim of reducing the amount of label waste being sent to landfill.
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PRISMM ZERO 2 LANDFILL SCHEME SPONSOR

The Scheme is run by Prismm Environmental Limited and sponsored by the British Printing Industry Federation (BPIF).
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MATERIALS

Matrix waste / glassine / silicon packing paper / waste foil on cores / make-ready and set-up reels.
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BENEFITS TO YOU

Cost savings / environmental and regulatory compliance / streamlined and efficient waste disposal.

Getting Started

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Full waste audit of all sites

  • Review all waste stream systems and contractor collection methods
  • Review 3 months worth of purchase invoices

JOIN TODAY

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Audit report & proposal

  • Summary of your current processes
  • Proposal for changes to current systems
  • Like-for-like price comparisons between the two systems

JOIN TODAY

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Three month trial

  • We handle the transition
  • No commitment to long term contract
  • See the benefits before you commit

JOIN TODAY

On-going services provision
Total waste facilities management services including compliance and logistics

The Problem

Label Waste is going directly to landfill even when it can be recycled or recovered

  • An estimated 120,000 tonnes of label waste is landfilled in the UK annually
  • Mainstream waste contractors are not able to offer viable recovery options for bulky label waste
  • Landfilling this waste is more costly and environmentally irresponsible
  • Other options have previously proven to be more costly and inefficient
  • Logistics of moving this waste is difficult due to size and weight
  • Landfilling sensitive label waste does not guarantee secure destruction and disposal

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The Solution

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Become a member of the Prismm Zero Labels 2 Landfill Group Scheme

  • We are able to process your label waste and avoid sending to landfill
  • Size no longer matters as we can collect anything from 600kg to 26 tonnes at a time
  • Every printer in the UK from the smallest to the largest is inclusive
  • We have developed a cost effective and efficient logistical network that covers the entire UK
  • We can guarantee total destruction and offer Certificates of Destruction for all waste collected
  • Label Printers already signed up to the scheme have diverted 5,925 tonnes from landfill in 2015

Benefits

COST

  • Our treatment options are cheaper than other current practices

LOGISTICS

  • You do not have to store more than 600kg of waste on your site at any one time

MANAGEMENT

  • We will manage this whole process for you and integrate all other waste streams to increase efficiency

ENVIRONMENTAL

  • We guarantee none of your label waste is taken to landfill

COMPETITORS

  • Your competitors may already have cost effective environmentally sound waste collections

ACCREDITATION

  • By working with us you will be eligible to apply for the Zero Labels 2 Landfill accreditation

Scheme Participants

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Contact

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Mike Jackson

Managing Director

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Jon Hutton

Sales Director

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For more information on the Zero labels 2 Landfill project, please contact Jon Hutton and the Prismm team by email or phone:
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