How can separating food waste benefit your business?

Against the backdrop of increased competition, higher consumer expectations and heightened costs, your business’ environmental credentials are under close scrutiny.

How to Configure better recycling without compromise

Adopting visible sustainable practices is quickly becoming a non-negotiable consumer expectation, with 88% of consumers actively wanting brands to help them be more sustainable*. While many brands have the desire to help consumers become more...


With market competition stronger than ever, it takes more than delivering a quality product or service to maintain your business’ reputation.

What’s the right hand hygiene provision for your facility?

Every business faces unique challenges that affect the soap and hand sanitiser dispensers they need to provide.


For the vast majority of businesses, looks matter when it comes to being HandSafe. Simply providing hardworking hand hygiene solutions is only part of the answer.

Are you HandSafe? Our myth-busting checklist is here to help

Being HandSafe means providing high quality hand hygiene, tailored to your facility’s needs. Whether it’s in the washroom, front-of-house or in staff areas, HandSafe hand hygiene genuinely cares for your users’ health and wellbeing, as well as...

Why backache is a headache for businesses and how to help avoid it

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are one of the most common work-related ailments in Europe, with over 58% of workers reporting they have suffered from at least one1. As well as being painful for the individuals, MSDs are proving costly for...

Case study: Slim Jim Recycling Stations deliver DPD reduced costs and less waste

The introduction of Slim Jim ® Recycling Stations (SJRS) across DPD’s depot locations is set to divert 500 tonnes of waste every year to the circular economy.


Consumers increasingly make decisions about the brands they support based on environmental credentials. And the weight of meeting consumer expectations is a growing challenge for businesses.

Planned Obsolescence: An Environmental Catastrophe

If you’ve ever purchased a product for your business only to find a modified version coming to market twelve months later, causing yours to become obsolete, you’ve bought from a company with planned obsolescence at the heart of its strategy.