Waste Watching Ė Payday Loans Company Makes Strides With Recycling Programme
Released on: December 21, 2011, 6:51 am
Payday Express has long since recycled paper and toner
cartridges and made steps towards having a paperless office, but has
now expanded its recycling efforts further with a new general waste
Disposing responsibly of waste paper was only the start of Payday Express's efforts
to minimise its carbon footprint, and it has now teamed up with Revolution
Recycling, a London-based provider of recycling services for businesses.
This now means that Payday Express and their staff can further reduce the negative
impact on the environment by recycling their thin card, plastic, metal cans, and
glass, and staff are impressed by how easy it is to be more environmentally
Administrator Kristina Winch said that the company-wide approach to improving
awareness of what could be done was paying dividends.
"We have gone from strength to strength as a company in the way we have changed how
our staff are encouraged to think about the environment”, she said.
"This new set-up will help us all play a bigger part in our ongoing efforts to
protect the environment."
And Payday Express, operations manager Sarah Carroll added: "Expanding our
recycling policy is part of the company's ongoing commitment to environmental
"Hopefully, now that they can see how easy it is to play their part, staff will
take the recycling message home with them and put it into practice there too."
NOTES TO EDITORS
About Payday Express
Payday Express is one of the UK’s leading payday advance loans specialists, and it
offers an online service to help employed people across the country get access to cash loans until payday. The company is committed to responsible lending and provides customers
with a discreet, simple and reliable service that will cover their short-term credit
For further information: Please contact Ashleigh Slade
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