Mpact Recycling is terminating its kerbside household collection programme with effect from 13th December 2019.


Employment stability and growth opportunities offered by the South African recycling sector play a significant role in the development of our country. Leading South African recycler, Mpact Recycling, along with other industry partners, are major contributors to increasing employment opportunities; despite recycling not yet being recognised as an official economic sector.


South Africans have heard the “please recycle” message time and time again. However, with National Recycling Day around the corner, it is a crucial opportunity for citizens to truly reflect on their waste habits and become more conscious of the impact of waste that is so often thrown away on a whim. Leading up to National Recycling Day on 20 September 2019, leading South African recycler


The United Nations has declared “Air Pollution” as the theme for 2019 World Environment Day – held annually on June 5th. The aim of the day is to raise awareness of the environment and specific environmental issues.


Ahead of its second Global Recycling Day, 18 March 2019, the Global Recycling Foundation is asking children across the world to make better recycling practices one of their 2019 New Year’s resolutions.