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Let’s celebrate the fantastic work & thank Wokingham’s bin crews, as they just keep going!

Let’s celebrate the fantastic work & thank Wokingham’s bin crews, as they just keep going!

It’s fair to say we’ve all had to adjust in recent months, perhaps going out less, working from home & adhering to social distancing rules. We know it’s been a challenge. For many residents across the UK, there’s been a genuine growing concern about whether or not bins are going to be collected.

Plastic bottle recycling pilot highlights scalable solution to help meet UK’s recycling challenges

Plastic bottle recycling pilot highlights scalable solution to help meet UK’s recycling challenges

Greenredeem is today calling for Defra to invest in convenient recycling solutions that create sustained behaviour change by appealing to people’s priorities, rather than focusing solely on rolling out a deposit return scheme (DRS) in the UK.

Wokingham residents help Council to devour food waste collection targets

Wokingham residents help Council to devour food waste collection targets

Residents in Wokingham Borough Council (WBC) have responded incredibly positively to the introduction of a new food waste collection service, with the Greenredeem communications platform being heralded as a key driver to increasing the capture rate of food waste in the Borough.

15 Wokingham schools receive share of £6,000 funding

15 Wokingham schools receive share of £6,000 funding

Thanks to the generous donations of points from Greenredeem members, 15 Wokingham schools are the lucky recipients of a share of £6,000 funding!

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.