Mpact Recycling is a leading paper and plastic recycler in South Africa, which counts amongst its goals educating consumers on the benefits of recycling. The company today announced that it has renewed its partnership with the glamourous Mrs South Africa pageant for the second consecutive year.

Mpact Recycling recently launched its 2016 Kerbside Campaign, which raises recycling awareness, through educating and engaging South Africans from all walks of life on the environmental and socio-economic benefits of recycling household waste.

Mpact Recycling through its Ronnie Recycler programme has been instilling a culture of recycling by educating learners about environmental awareness while enabling schools to raise funds for a number of years now. With 2016 being no exception, the company recently opened entries to its annual schools competition which runs from February to September this year.

Opening of a new recycled PET plant by Mpact brings SA a step closer to closing the loop in bottle-grade recycling

JSE listed Mpact Group, South Africa’s leading paper and plastic packaging and recycling company, has reported the collection and recycling of half a million tonnes of paper and plastic over the course of 2015.

Mpact’s Ronnie Recycler programme has impacted the recycling decisions of households around the country through their school visits over the course of 2015. Last year’s 294 school visits in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Richards Bay and Durban have helped get the message of recycling to over 143,913 eager young learners, making successful inroads towards environmentally aware future generations.