“I welcome any process that allows people to think about the fate of the items they buy. There is now growing concern for our environment and that means consumers are looking for ways to reduce their impact upon it, this new labelling is a very positive first step”.
Sir Tim Smit, KBE, Co-founder of the Eden Project & Vice Chair of Eden Project Ltd
“We need to act now and this seems like a good place to start. The Recycled Plastic Rating will clarify an area which mystifies many consumers, and allow us to take greater responsibility for our plastic usage. It’s a great initiative, and I hope the Government is watching closely and will move fast to make this RPR mandatory.”
Tim Adams, Marketing and Corporate Sales Director
“The effective recycling of plastic is vital in reducing waste and environmental damage, and greater efforts need to be put into this”
Julie Barker, Non exec board director of WRAP
“We welcome the launch of the RPR mark that will encourage manufacturers to do more and give consumers visibility of what they are seeing”
London Mayor’s Office
“It is pleasing to hear of the work you are undertaking to promote the use of recycled plastic. The Mayor’s London Environment Strategy, published in May 2018, sets out the Mayor’s aims to work towards a circular economy through supporting clever designs of goods, including maximising the recycled content of packaging products.”
Karen Lynch, Managing Director
“We welcome the launch of the RPR mark that will encourage manufacturers to do more and give consumers visibility of what they are seeing.”
“We Change Plastic for Good”
“We need to empower consumers to choose packaging that doesn’t harm the planet”
“Focusing on the total life cycle including end-of-life to make plastics use responsible”
“Rudholm Group cares about a greener way of thinking. We support eliminating plastic waste”
“We are fully behind this campaign to change plastic waste as we know it”
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