SO Recycle extends operations to printers

Richard Stuart-Turner
Tuesday, September 22, 2015

SO Group has expanded its recycling operations to help printers earn an income from their waste.

SO Recycle which, according to director Bill Murray, has established a strong reputation for providing office recycling services, has extended its range to printers.

The company promises to collect and transform waste paper and card into that more useful paper product - money.

“After recognising the potential of bulk recycling for printers we decided to broaden our reach. Every print operation has waste of some kind and we can turn that into cash within 14 days,” said Murray.

“We can handle any quantity so rather than printers having it sitting around we can turn it into cash very quickly and this adds to the bottom line immediately. We recycle 100% of the waste and it is then processed into new material. Everyone wins.”

The firm said benefits of the service include flexible quantity and collections, 14-day payment to printers and the ability to recycle film, paper, palletwrap and card. The Eastleigh, Hampshire-based business serves companies in a 60-mile radius of its premises.

“Any extra money printers get from their waste goes direct to their bottom line and it costs them nothing to produce. Plus they get a regular standing order every week – guaranteed,” said Murray.

SO Group aims to help businesses to provide integrated workplace services in an environmentally and socially responsible manner by providing recycling and other services in a way that is sustainable now and in the long term. The business also offers a number of other services including SO Water, SO Mats and SO Plants.

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