Did you know that the paper cartons used to package fruit juice, milk, iced tea, flavoured milk, wine, custard, and dry goods like muesli and pet food are recyclable?

Long-term sustainable recycling in South Africa requires long-term sustainable investment in the country’s recycling capacity.

Mrs South Africa finalist Portia Radebe spreads the message of recycling.

Orange Grove – Adorable Kids have become actual effective recyclers.

Mrs SA finalist Mpho Ntontela and representatives from Mpact visited a local school to educate the children about the importance of recycling.

As the world becomes more environmentally conscious, organisations are under increased pressure to show how they are contributing to a cleaner and safer space for their communities and employees.

Mpact Recycling has partnered with the Mrs SA pageant for the third consecutive year.

Mpact Recycling has stepped up its efforts to inculcate a sense of responsibility among communities when it comes to issues related to waste management and the preservation of the environment.

Schools in the cities of Johannesburg, Midrand, Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban and Richards Bay have again been invited to participate in the Ronnie Recycler School’s competition for 2017. Schools in each city will be eligible to win prizes to the value of R20 000*.

Pupils from Inkululeko Community Centre listened attentively and curiously as they were being taught about the importance of taking care of the environment – and recycling.