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Straight plc is proud to present its latest solution for food waste recycling, the Food Waste Inner Caddy, affectionately known as the FWIC.
Straight plc welcomed a group of Year 7 students from South Leeds Academy into the Boardroom of their riverside offices to take part in a project designed to assist schools situated in challenging areas.
Cricketing legend Geoff Boycott helped out at a charity cricket match held at Harewood House stately home in Leeds last month, at which Straight plc sponsored the umpire’s jacket.
Straight plc, (AIM:STT) the environmental products and products services group, is pleased to announce its admission onto the Social Stock Exchange, the first platform to showcase publicly listed social impact businesses, which launched recently.
Straight plc water butts under the Harcostar® and BeGreen® brands have cleaned up in a survey conducted by Which? Gardening.
Straight plc, (AIM: STT) the environmental and products services group, is pleased to announce that it has secured a position on a new four year framework agreement with YPO (Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation), to supply a range of plastic wheeled bins
As we reach 20 years at Straight plc we reflect on our achievements to date.
May 2013 sees 20th anniversary celebrations commence at Straight plc HQ in Leeds.
In 2010 Straight plc, the recycling solutions company, announced a partnership with Yorkshire Cancer Research, Yorkshire’s very own cancer research charity.
With the cost of sending waste to landfill rising each year, councils are constantly searching for new ways to improve their recycling performance.