COP 26 and ACM: What to expect
Categories:Recycling and Waste Management
The UK is hosting the COP-26 summit in Glasgow from the 31st of October to 12th November, bringing parties together to ensure action is taken towards climate change. The goal of the summit is to secure global net zero by mid-century, whilst keeping 1.5 degrees within reach, adapting to protect communities and natural habitats, mobilise finance and work together to turn ambition into action.
The ACM Greener Path Programme (GPP) is an innovative approach for businesses looking to meet sustainability targets and align themselves to the goals of COP-26. The GPP aims to ensure no resources are wasted, achieved by correctly managing the hierarchy of waste by prevention, reduction, reuse, and recycling.
We have several steps to try and make an environmental difference with our customers
- We are focused on delivering a zero-waste outcome and in the last year only 0.03% of the waste we managed across the UK went to landfill.
- We want to make a positive difference and have developed various waste and recycling equipment to suit different waste streams and business needs.
- Waste Clear: we have the primary goal of achieving 100% diversion from landfill and incineration through an integrated solution designed to deliver cost savings, maximise recycling levels and optimise energy efficiency.
- Waste Track: we offer a way for waste producers to monitor, evaluate, record, and control their progress towards zero waste operations.
- Waste Smart: A comprehensive consultancy package to provide guidance and support as well as meeting the ISO 14001 environmental waste management standard.
We are continually looking at ways we can help customers achieve a zero-waste outcome and will be sharing some of these tips across our social channels for the duration of the summit, so keep your eyes peeled!
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