Media Coverage

 

Media Coverage

2017

Learners encouraged to recycle

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?

Unpacking recycling

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

The beauty of recycling

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

Mrs SA finalist Matsi Menu visits daycare centre in #OrangeGrove to encourage recycling

Orange Grove – Adorable Kids have become actual effective recyclers.

Mrs SA finalist teams up with recycling giants

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

Green your business

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.

Recycling initiative encourages SA schools to do their part

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

Recycling gains traction in Hartbeespoort

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.

Mpact schools paper recycling competition in full swing

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*.

Waste not want not, young recyclers told

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.

Liquid cartons join the ranks of the recyclable

In what is a major development for the South African paper and packaging recycling market, Mpact Recycling has announced that liquid cartons are now recyclable.

Recycle – there is a new depot in town

It is Recycling Week and it is time to ask ourselves if we are doing our bit to preserve the environment and make sure as little refuse as possible goes to South Africa’s strained landfill sites.

Clean-up & Recycle SA Week has kicked off and MPact is urging you to play your part

When South Africans embrace recycling, they help reduce pollution and contribute towards a healthier, greener and cleaner society for themselves and future generations.

Mpact Recycling partners with Chicken Xpress for special day at Troyeville Primary School

We chose Troyeville Primary School specifically because we wanted to brighten the lives of children in one of Johannesburg’s disadvantaged areas.

Mpact unlocks economic opportunities in waste sector

Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa has called for transformation in the waste sector so it can significantly contribute to the growth of the secondary materials economy.

Mpact and Mrs S.A. Finalist 2017, Nicole Capper, spread excitement and awareness on Mandela Day

Mrs South Africa 2017 finalist, Nicole Capper, spent Mandela Day with Ronnie Recycler at Poplar Academy in Midrand to help spread awareness and teach children about the importance of recycling.

Mpact and Mrs South Africa pageant partner up for third consecutive year

"Working with a group of strong, dedicated women is incredibly rewarding as each one of the Mrs South Africa finalists has enormous potential to influence their communities and affect positive change", says Donna Noble.

Mpact Recycling Cartons & Kerbside advertisement

We are embarking on a mini radio campaign from 5 June – 5 July on MixFM Community radio station.

Podcast interview Donna Noble on MixFM

MixFM - Interview with Donna Noble

SA’s paper recycling rate as good as developed countries

South Africa’s paper recycling rates match up to many developed economies.