For companies that want to take responsibility for waste paper after it has been shredded, TSA offers a secure closed loop paper recycling service. Delivered in partnership with Robert Horne Group’s yoyo paper, the secure closed loop paper recycling service simultaneously ensures compliance with the Data Protection Act, saves money and enhances a company’s environmental credentials.
How does the closed loop recycling work?
Secure closed loop paper recycling prolongs the ‘fibre life’ of every piece of paper and as TSA/yoyo paper sources, delivers, collects and recycles all office paper it is easy to implement. The continuous loop ensures the business is able to purchase the recycled paper to be used again in their office.
Traceability is an important aspect of the closed loop recycling process and TSA guarantees every sheet of confidential waste paper is handled securely, destroyed and returned to the ‘fibre pool’ for recycling rather than going to landfill.
A piece of paper can be recycled up to seven times before the fibres become too weak to be used again, so the ‘fibre pool’ acts like a paper bank that everyone deposits into and withdraws from. The same TSA vehicles that deliver new recycled paper back to the business also collect the confidential waste paper and so the loop continues.
With more than half of the millions of reams of paper that are consumed each day still ending up in landfill, TSA’s secure closed loop paper recycling service offers companies the opportunity to dispose of confidential paper responsibly and efficiently in line with the Data Protection Act.
For more information on secure closed loop paper recycling please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 0800 824 7799.