Media Coverage

 

Media Coverage

2014

Wrap yourself and your gifts in green

The festive season is a time when households tend to have a bit more of a variety of good things as families and friends reconnect and reflect.

Living Green

SUSTAINABLE LIVING

Take a few moments to consider your daily routine. Did you get up this morning and take a shower? Did you head for the kitchen,then turn on the kettle and boil water for coffee? Did you drive to work? Did you turn on a computer? If you've answered yes to any of these questions, you've consumed natural resources and the products or services derived from them. Have your considered the impact of your lifestyle on our environment?

Recycling stars win cash

Students get big rewards for doing good.
by Sboniso Dlamini

10 ways to keep your environment clean

JOBURG – Are you tired of waste in your streets? Here are 10 best ways of keeping the environ-ment clean through recycling

Jeanette Chabalala

Encouraging next generation to go green

To mark International Coastal Cleanup Day, the Waste Trade Company supported the annual Bob Richards Sundays River Trash Bash by assisting with the coordination of the event, supplying the needed re-sources and collecting the trash that was collected by all volunteers who cleaned the river and the village.

Podcast of interview on 20 September 2014

Podcast of interview on 20 September 2014

Grounded (@GardenShopSA): 20/09/14: Mel Walker (@TheBlondeBF) and Donna Noble #Grounded #GardenShopSA #Gardening.

Interview with John Hunt on Business Day TV

Interview with John Hunt on Business Day 

Rubbish is becoming big business

Rubbish is becoming big business

RECYCLING has been transformed from a worthy environmentally focused activity into a fully fledged business sector that provides jobs for thousands and contributes significantly to the economy every year. 

Recycling Creates Jobs and Money

Recycling creates jobs and money

JOBURG — Recycling has evolved from an environmentally-conscious activity into a business sector that provides jobs for thousands and generates billions for the economy every year.

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.
SIMONE SAMUELS

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.
SIMONE SAMUELS

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.

SIMONE SAMUELS

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.

SIMONE SAMUELS

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.
SIMONE SAMUELS

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

JOBURG – Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

Environmental and economic benefits of recycling

JOBURG – Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.
SIMONE SAMUELS

Mpact to build R350m plant in major move into plastics recycling

Mpact to build R350m plant in major move into plastics recycling

Mpact: Like a thunderbolt

Like a thunderbolt from the blue, hope appeared for locallyfocused businesses, as paper and ackaging company Mpact proved a few days ago after releasing its interim results.

Correction: Mond! renamed Mpact

Correction: Mond! renamed Mpact

TygerBurger reported on 13 August ("Recycling urged due to landfill scarcity") that recycled paper can be sold at a Mondi in Parow. This business was in fact renamed Mpact Limited in 2011. Our apologies for publishing outdated information.

R350m plant to recycle 29 000t of plastic annually

R350m plant to recycle 29 000t of plastic annually

A paper and plastic packaging manufacturer plans to divert 29 000 tonnes of plastic bottles a year from landfill by building a R350 million state-of-the-art polyethylene terephthalate (PET) recycling plant.

18-08-2014 JSE starts the week strongly

18-08-2014 JSE starts the week strongly

The JSE All Share Index started the week positively

MAKING MONEY FROM OLD PAPER

MAKING MONEY FROM OLD PAPER

COLLECTING waste paper and cardboard is not just about keeping our planet clean. It's also the way many enterprising people earn money.