Retailers are at the heart of making beverage container recycling a success
Together with its retail customers, TOMRA collects over 40 billion drink containers every year for reuse and recycling across more than 60 markets. In selling beverage containers and receiving them back for recycling, retailers play the most visible and vital role in keeping used beverage containers out of our oceans, streets and landfills.
Container redemption is a way retailers can engage with customers on something they care about. Retailers that offer a great recycling experience provide an opportunity to build a better reputation within their community, demonstrating that they care about the impact that retail habits have on the environment and showing their company’s sustainability initiatives – which more and more customers are expecting from their retailers. It’s also an opportunity to drive profitability through increased visits from satisfied recycling customers.
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About TOMRA Collection Solutions:
Founded in 1972, TOMRA provides reverse vending solutions for Clean Loop Recycling, collecting aluminium, plastic and glass beverage containers to be continually reused and recycled back into new bottles and cans. With over 82,000 installations across more than 60 markets, TOMRA’s reverse vending machines capture over 40 billion used beverage containers every year toward a closed loop. This reduces reliance on raw materials, and ensures fewer containers end up in our streets, oceans and landfills. The TOMRA system of machines, digital solutions and service make it easy for the industry, system owners, retailers and consumers to contribute to a more sustainable planet. Visit our Reverse Vending pages on www.tomra.com, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
TOMRA Collection Solutions is part of the TOMRA Group, which creates sensor-based solutions for optimal resource productivity, and has a vision to lead the Resource Revolution. The Group employs approximately 4000 people globally and is publicly listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE: TOM).