We all sort at home. So, why not do the same in your organisation? Companies have been obliged to collect PMD separately for a number of years, but sorting has many other advantages for your organisation.
You want your company to be a sustainable business and reduce your ecological footprint. Sorting PMD sits perfectly within that ambition. By sorting, you contribute to more sustainable materials management. Packaging is no longer lost as residual waste and is given new life as a valuable raw material.
Sorting has become the norm. Organizations can no longer afford to simply throw PMD in the residual waste. Colleagues, visitors, customers, partners and suppliers will certainly appreciate it if they can sort within your organisation, just like they do at home.
Sorting is relatively easy to put in place. Most people know the system and the investment is fairly limited. You can also expect a great deal of help. Authorised waste partners, for example, offer specific PMD collection services. At Fost Plus you can get advice, free stickers and posters.
Anyone who starts sorting PMD today and concludes a contract with an accredited waste partner for collection will receive a €75 welcome bonus.
Did you know that Belgian companies have been obliged to sort PMD for some years now? Flanders introduced the sorting obligation for companies on 1 July 2013, Brussels on 2 February 2014 and Wallonia on 1 January 2016