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Bank of Ireland - Recycling

category dublin | bin tax / household tax / water tax | press release author Thursday March 04, 2004 16:46author by Mark G Report this post to the editors

[recently published internal memorandum]

Bank of Ireland have achieved their target to recycle 80% of all waste generated in their Head Office in Baggot Street.

They began recycling waste in June 2003 and for the past 8 months they have recycled :-

* 62 tonnes of cardboard - the equivalent of 992 trees.
* 83.33 tonnes of paper.
* Saved 1,720 cubic metres of landfill.

They now plan to improve waste segregation at source to improve things further and cut the costs of recycling.

There are NO under-desk rubbish bins in any of the three buildings; staff have no choice but to recycle all waste.

Here's hoping other organisations follow suit.

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   dirty money     Stamps    Thu Mar 04, 2004 17:37 
   and some of the waste in the board     conor (wsm personal capacity)    Thu Mar 04, 2004 17:51 
   What do you mean "waste on the board"?     Dave    Fri Mar 05, 2004 10:22 


 
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