Your CSR Partner
Are you involved in any of the following activities:
- Working in partnership with your local communities
- Considering socially responsible investment (SRI)
- Looking to build engagement with your workforce and customers
- Reviewing your environmental and sustainability policies to make a positive impact
A community volunteer programme including a simple Litterpick is a brilliant start point. Listening to our customers, they tell us some of the great results they’ve achieved:
- A point of competitive advantage, stand out from the crowd
- Built brand loyalty
- Increased employee & customer engagement
- Made a measurable difference in their local area
Is sustainable manufacturing important to you?
We believe in Buy British and welcome you to come visit our manufacturing facilities in Herefordshire. You can even make your own Litterpicker!
To learn about how other Companies have taken their business forward, keep on reading ..
Our CSR partners include...
The Costa Community Programme empowers team members to make a difference giving time and space in-store to their local communities. Since 2014, over 48,139 hours have been donated. Over 1,300 stores have joined in their neighbourhood clean up programmes. Launched in 2017, the ‘reading week’ initiative, includes education resources on litter and the environment into local schools and in store competitions engaging young minds.
Through their forward sustainability programme, Coca-Cola encourages members and their brands to build a better future, for people and the planet. Working alongside the Great British Spring Clean, over 200 employees rolled their sleeves organising river and street clean ups, collecting 450 bags of litter!
Lidl Group go out on litter patrol every day across their 700 stores. Key to their supply chain for site maintenance are sustainable products which reduce single use, support re-use and increase productivity.
The Litter Less Campaign is a joint initiative of the Wrigley Company Foundation and Federation of Environmental Education across 35 countries. The project aims to engage and educate children on the issue of litter and encourage them to make positive environmental choices. Working in conjunction with Eco-Schools England programme, 152 primary school Litterheroes from 15 schools across Leicester made Abbey Park sparkle, removing 213 bags of litter .
Every year McDonalds employees litter pick over 150,000 miles as part of their daily litter patrols and national clean up events. Did you know they sponsored the Capital Clean Up Programme too? Sprucing up the city of London, donating volunteer litterpicking equipment and grants to over 100,000 volunteers.
‘When you’re part of it, you put your heart into it’. John Lewis & Partners ‘Community Matters’ programme supports local community groups, charities and schools.
As part of their sustainability agenda, they have invested in Recycle on the Go hubs across 21 stores in the UK. Looking for volunteer litterpicking equipment – pop in to any one of the stores and ask for the ‘community champion’
Community Matters charitable giving scheme runs throughout John Lewis & Partners shops. You’ll come across a similar scheme at your local Waitrose & Partners too.
Proud partners of the National Littering campaign ‘Keep It, Bin It!’ Extra have joined forces with some of the biggest companies to tackle the scourge of Littering.
Across the 10 Extra Motorway service areas in England they have targeted reducing fast food litter and how they can reduce waste by increasing recycling rates. Trials of the ‘Recycle on the Go’ Streetboss trials across 3 sites evidenced that 624 tonnes of Litter can be diverted from landfill, giving a projected saving of more than £40,000 every year. But don’t take our word for it, see for yourself how on the video…
Debries Consultancy Company specialise in waste stream and how you can reduce your ecological footprint through sustainable waste management. Not only for business, but consumers too – they have supported 2,450 litter picking schemes across Holland mobilising over 104,000 volunteers with clean up equipment.
Fost Plus is responsible for promoting, coordinating and financing the selective collecting, sorting and recycling of household packaging waste in Belgium. Fost Plus has taken an active role in the battle against litter for many years.
Working in partnership with Mooimakers; Belgium national litter action organisation, together we engage over 400,000 children and adults each year in building awareness of litter and take action with clean-up campaigns.
We take a proactive role to help stimulate positive action. Working together with like-minded, passionate people, for the benefit of our planet.
With our charity partners, together we help
- Local authorities, schools and volunteer groups
- Support local, national and international events and campaigns
- Engage in land, coastal and sea based waste management
Our current partnerships include…