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Symphony gets to zero waste target

Fitted kitchen and furniture manufacturer Symphony has been awarded Zero Waste to Landfill status.
The award is given to an organisation that successfully puts in place procedures to ensure no waste product goes to landfill sites.

Symphony has been working with Leeds Paper Recycling (LPR), a local recycling company that ensures 100% of waste from Symphony’s manufacturing processes is recycled, reused or reconstituted for other purposes.

Simon Collyns, Marketing Director, said: “Symphony is proud of its latest achievement. We’ve worked closely with LPR to ensure that zero waste as a result of our manufacturing processes, goes into landfills.

“That is no mean feat when working in our industry, but thanks to our staff and partners, we have successfully put procedures into effect across all of our sites that encourage a green way of working. Being green is a way of life at Symphony and we are proud to be an organisation that continues to innovate our products, services and ways of doing business.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Editor-in-Chief across the BMJ portfolio.

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