What we do


Preserving Natural Resources for future generations

We serve a broad sector of the South African community such as Corporates, Educational Institutions, Document Storage Companies, Government Departments, Facilities and Waste Management Companies, Small to Medium sized Recycling Businesses and Recycling start-ups.  We also partner with a number of companies and NGO’s to offer turn-key recycling solutions for most major industries. With tailor-made services to suit our clients’ unique needs, we are always focused on minimizing the amount of waste sent to landfill

Our commitment to the environment and preserving natural resources is evident in the solutions and services we offer.

Our Solutions and Services Include:

  • Assessing your waste stream;
  • Bespoke recycling solutions for Commercial, Institutional &
  • Government clients;
  • Once-off (e.g. archive clear-outs) and regular collection of recyclables;
  • Shredding & Certified Product and Document Destruction;
  • Support and mentorship of recycling entrepreneurs.
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What we can recycle


  • Cold drink and beer cans
  • Food tins
  • Metal lids of glass jars
  • Aluminium cans (e.g., Red Bull),  foil and foil packaging


  • Beverage bottles
  • Food jars such as tomato sauce, jam and mayonnaise bottles

The following CANNOT be recycled in this category:

  • Drinking glasses
  • Light bulbs  – ordinary and energy-saving compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) and fluorescent tubes. NB CFLs and fluorescent tubes should not be thrown away with ordinary rubbish. They contain mercury, a toxin that can leach into the soil and groundwater if not disposed of properly.


  • White office paper
  • Magazines and books (as long as nothing is laminated)
  • Newspaper
  • Cardboard (boxes and cereal boxes)

The following CANNOT be recycled in this category:

  • Laminated or waxy paper
  • Punch confetti
  • Carbon paper
  • Stickers


Plastics are made from oil, a non-renewable resource, and much of the plastic packaging we use every day is recyclable. Ice cream and milk containers, fabric softener bottles, plastic bags and even cling-wrap can all be recycled. The easiest way to determine whether a plastic product is recyclable is by looking for its recycling logo. There are seven plastic recycling logos and most plastic packaging is imprinted with one of them. The logos tell you what type of plastic a container is made of. Each type has to be recycled separately.