Things are changing at Remade Recycling and we’re very excited to unveil what has been in the works for some time.
Over the last few months, we’ve taken the time to reflect on our business. Considering that we’ve been in existence since 1987, offering companies excellent waste management services, we felt that it was time to make a few necessary changes. Some of these are quite big, some are smaller, but all are necessary to ensure that we are able to offer the best service and become more visible in the market.
We will reveal absolutely everything in early January, however what we can share with you today is that one of the changes is an exciting upgrade to our brand! A few months ago, we embarked on an incredible journey with a communications partner with the goal of redefining our purpose and how we present ourselves to the market. Excitingly, this included refreshing our logo.
Our new look will be ready for the big reveal by mid-January, so you won’t have too long to wait to see what we have created.
Keep watching this space ...
Remade Recycling provides tailor-made onsite waste management solutions for companies of all sizes and from most industry sectors focusing on maximising the extraction of recyclables from the waste stream and reducing waste to landfill.
By implementing separation-at-source systems. we can help your company achieve significant reductions in the amount of waste sent to landfill. Each system is tailor-made to suit the needs of your operation - you won't get a "one-size-fits-all" type response from Remade Recycling.
Remade Recycling was recently acquired by Mpact Recycling which means that your recyclable paper, cardboard, liquid packaging and PET will have a guaranteed and sustainable market.
In addition to Remade Recycling's main focus, which is to encourage waste minimisation and separation at source, Remade also facilitates viable and sustainable solutions for the non-landfill disposal of non-recyclable and hazardous waste material. Every effort is made to ensure that these solutions are cost effective and environmentally beneficial.
Over 230,000 tons of all grades of recyclable material is accumulated, sorted and baled annually by Remade's nine (9) branches - Germiston, Newtown, Springs, Wynberg, Randburg, Randfontein, Pretoria West, Rustenburg and Klerksdorp.
This material is sold to South Africa's leading recycling manufacturers including Mpact Recycling and Mpact Polymers and Consol Glass.