Press Releases


Press Releases


Used juice and milk cartons now recyclable in South Africa

Juice and milk cartons have long been one of the contributors to waste in South Africa’s landfill sites. In what is a major development for the South African paper and packaging recycling market, Mpact Recycling is pleased to announce that liquid cartons are now recyclable.

Mpact Recycling reaffirmed its partnership with Mrs South Africa on world environment day

Mpact Recycling today, on World Environment Day, confirmed that it will be sponsoring the Mrs South Africa pageant, a women empowerment programme, for the third consecutive year.

Mpact spells out what happens with recycled materials

Mpact Recycling calls on all residents to participate in paper recycling, by collecting all the unwanted paper they have at home. “Your recycling efforts create a more sustainable impact on the environment and the economy when they come full circle. Look on packages and labels for the universal recycling symbol of 3 arrows chasing one another in a triangle. This indicates that a product’s packaging is both recyclable and is made of recycling material,” says John Hunt, Managing Director of Mpact Recycling.

Children! Help save our environment by recycling juice and milk cartons

Ronnie Recycler (Mpact Recycling celebrity mascot) says that by recycling our milk and juice cartons, we prevent them from becoming waste and give them a new life. This is a big deal because by doing so we also get to protect our natural resources, and reduce the dangers of litter on our environment, as well as health problems linked to air and land pollution.

Mpact Recycling launches 2017 schools paper recycling competition with R20,000 in prize money up for grabs

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*.