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Greenredeem launches largest ever pilot to understand how to motivate the recycling of plastic bottles.

Greenredeem launches largest ever pilot to understand how to motivate the recycling of plastic bottles.

Greenredeem announces today the launch of the largest ever pilot to understand how consumers are influenced to recycle more plastic bottles, in support of the recently published DEFRA consultation. The pilot will provide insights and feedback into how incentives can boost overall recycling rates...

 Could rewards schemes reinvigorate Britain's static recycling rates?

Could rewards schemes reinvigorate Britain's static recycling rates?

Long-term investment in rewards-based behaviour change schemes is the only way to reinvigorate plateauing recycling rates in a post-Brexit Britain, with 'quick-win' solutions failing to deliver for local authorities across the country.

Recycling schemes drive sustainable behaviour changes

Recycling schemes drive sustainable behaviour changes

Recycling incentive schemes demonstrate that long-term investments will yield results while quick-win solutions fail to deliver, said Greenredeem, the company that rewards people for recycling.

Greenredeem marks Ealing recycling progress

Greenredeem marks Ealing recycling progress

Ealing residents have been awarded 25 million points since signing up to a recycling rewards scheme that was launched in the London borough last year.

Choice and access to recycling facilities: The key to hitting the 2020 target

Choice and access to recycling facilities: The key to hitting the 2020 target

Matthew Ball, general manager at Greenredeem, discusses the challenges to increasing recycling rates in the UK.

Love your leftovers

Love your leftovers

Last week I was invited to participate in Green Redeem's Love your Leftovers food challenge at Stubbings Nursery for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

DCLG Announces Successful Bidders Of Recycling Incentive Fund

DCLG Announces Successful Bidders Of Recycling Incentive Fund

The Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has announced the successful bidders of its £5m funding for incentivising residents to recycle more, which has seen a £6.1m boost, taking the cash pot to £11.1m.

Is Recycling the Key to Brand Image?

Is Recycling the Key to Brand Image?

The majority of UK shoppers would look more favorably upon retailers if they offered better recycling facilities, according to new research.

Incentives And More Facilities Would Boost Recycling Rates

Incentives And More Facilities Would Boost Recycling Rates

New research released today (14 Jan) suggests that although 93 percent of residents in the UK already recycle at home, only a quarter recycle on-the-go, with the main barrier to this being a lack of recycling facilities.