Mpact Recycling is terminating its kerbside household collection programme with effect from 13th December 2019.
“The kerbside programme was initially established to collect magazines and newspapers from households and the famous green ‘Ronnie bag’ has made a positive impact on the environment; as well as created a culture of recycling for residents since the programme began almost 30 years ago. However, as the recycling industry has evolved over time it has become necessary for Mpact to make changes to its collection processes,” says John Hunt, MD, Mpact Recycling.
Mpact Recycling is committed to creating opportunities for recycling. We encourage you to take advantage of our Ronnie Recycler schools & communities programme and to support the other collectors in your area. We will also continue to back the municipalities and the various separation at source programmes they are running.
The business has been deeply invested in the recycling industry for over 50 years. We will continue innovating and creating new mechanisms to enable people to participate in recycling to make a difference.
Most schools in Edenvale have paper bins
If you know of any others not on the list - pop us an email and we'll add them!
Recycling for Animal Welfare, or RAW are an animal welfare organisation that recycles glass in a continuous effort to produce funds to assist the animal community while simultaneously helping clean up the environment.
We have various glass drop off points situated in and around the Edenvale and Primrose areas, from where we predominantly operate.
Should you wish to join us (since every little bit helps), you are more than welcome to contact our main lady, Judy, on 083 603 4255.
Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Recycling4AnimalWelfare/