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PROFILE: METHOD RECYCLING COMMITTING TO SUSTAINABILITY Sometimes perceived to be difficult, time-consuming and costly, recycling can be a challenge to


embed in an organisation. It can often seem as though FM’s have more pressing issues to dedicate time and resources to. Here, Method explains why everyone must step up to the mantle.


Around the world, the focus on sustainable business practices continue to grow and there is pressure from all sides. Customer purchasing decisions are increasingly influenced by environmental efforts, governments are increasing waste levies and requiring organisations to take ownership of their environmental impact, organisations want to outwardly display their commitment to making a difference, and environmental KPIs are being introduced in most industries.


Recycling redesigned with FM’s in mind Method developed the philosophy of Open Plan Recycling, bringing bright colour-coded recycling stations out into the open plan design of modern spaces. This increases awareness and changes the way individuals interact with waste and recycling in any facility.


Traditional recycling and waste solutions such as desk bins and bins hidden in cupboards mean that users often


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throw all of their waste mindlessly into the nearest bin. With Open Plan Recycling you remove these convenient general waste options and place recycling stations consistently throughout a space.


Our bins and recycling stations make recycling a part of the furniture. Being out in the open as a visible statement of your organisation’s commitment to recycling and sustainability.


We recommend one recycling station per 30 - 50 employees, which is around a 10-second walk from their desk. This means when an individual needs to dispose of something, each recycling and waste option is available to them. This increases awareness and recycling rates while reducing contamination. You can also place single bins where recyclables are produced, such as a paper bin next to the photocopier to maximise results.


The design of Method’s system means that you can easily move and introduce additional bins and streams as your


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