Internet Portal for Recyclers Launched

December 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Dec2000, Vol. 2 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
This article reports that transport operators and suppliers within the recycling and waste management industry of Great Britain now have their own Internet portal with the launch of the WWW.letsrecycle.com, a Web site dedicated to providing up-to-the-minute new, views and information for this growing specialized sector. It contains information on a wide range of industry-related products and services and will carry regular updates on prices and legislation. The philosophy of the Web site is to champion waste minimization, reuse and recycling, while organizing the continuing need for a range of waste management options. There will also be a major emphasis on participation of the industry through involvement with the site in a variety of ways including surveys, promotions and comment.


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