What is RePlay?
Donating your waste for use by children fulfils both environmental and social policies. This unique waste solution genuinely helps children. Let us help you find out how...,
We collect your waste for FREE!
We collect and re-use your industrial by-products, surplus materials and waste for free and ensure environmental compliance; we support your corporate social responsibility policy and save you money.
You save time with an online audit trail. We re-use your redundant stock and seconds; unwanted end of line goods; production by-products and off-cuts; quality control failures; unused raw materials and packaging materials; and ex-display items.
We re-use many types of materials and goods: - paper & card, textiles, netting, containers of all types, plastics, foam rubber, cardboard cores, rubber and plastic tubing, DIY materials, catering disposables (unused), foils & films, paint, stationery and much much more.
Re-use waste, reduce costs and step-up to your social and environmental responsibilities!
Are you looking to achieve you corporate social responsibility goals AND save money AND build a unique selling point? We create bespoke partnerships tailored for mutual benefit to
- achieve your corporate social responsibility goals
- save you money on expensive recycling practices
- produce proactive marketing messages
- establish greener working practises
- be aligned with a charity that helps children in the UK
What is ISO 14001? It is an internationally accepted standard that sets out how you can go about putting in place an effective environmental management system. The standard is designed to address the delicate balance between maintaining profitability and reducing environmental impact; with the commitment of your entire organisation, it can enable you to achieve both objectives.
Who is it relevant to? ISO 14001 is relevant to every organization, including:
- Single site to large multi-national companies
- High risk companies to low risk service organizations
- Manufacturing, process and the service industries; including local governments
- All industry sectors including public and private sectors
- Original equipment manufacturers and their suppliers
Environmental impact is becoming an increasingly important issue across the globe, with pressure to minimize that impact coming from a number of sources: local and national governments, regulators, trade associations, customers, employees and shareholders. Social pressures are also building up from the growing array of interested parties, such as consumer, environmental and minority non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academia and neighbours.
What’s in ISO 14001:
- General requirements
- Environmental policy
- Planning implementation and operation
- Checking and corrective action
- Management review
This means you can identify aspects of your business that impact on the environment and understand those environmental laws that are relevant to your situation. The next step is to produce objectives for improvement and a management programme to achieve them, with regular reviews for continual improvement. We can then periodically assess the system and, if compliant, register your company or site to ISO 14001.