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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.
In 2012 Straight plc, the environmental products and services group and the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of waste and recycling containers, announced the forthcoming release of its revolutionary multi-stream recycling system, the 3BoxStack™.
Straight plc was an original pioneer of food waste collections in this country using Italian containers.
Local authorities are repeatedly required to find innovative ways of saving money.
Compost-a-Bag® food waste caddy liners from Straight plc are 100% compostable and 100% biodegradable.
Southend Borough Council (SBC) currently recycles an impressive 48% of all of its domestic waste.
Straight plc (AIM:STT) the environmental products and services group, is pleased to announce it has been awarded a £1.
Straight plc, the environmental products and services group is pleased to announce it has been awarded a significant contract with Serco, the international service company, to provide containers and other products for its Canterbury City Council contract.
Straight supplied its market-leading food waste caddies for a new scheme in Aylesbury Vale which has been described as a “great success” and turns food waste into renewable energy.