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Cory makes gains on the high street

Cory Environmental Recycling Services (CERS) has won two contracts to provide waste solutions to high street optical retailer Scrivens and shoe store Jones Bootmaker.

Over the coming months CERS will work with Scrivens 125 stores and 50 Jones stores across the country to implement a mixed recycling scheme for paper, plastic and drinks cans further boosting the companies recycling rates.

Scrivens shop fitting manager Ian Best said: We have been looking at recycling for some time and this will now be implemented throughout all our stores nationwide with CERS now managing our waste completely. With focus on environmental issues growing and the cost of sending waste to landfill rising sharply, these changes will be beneficial for us in terms of having a responsible attitude towards the environment and will help us to control our costs.

Image: Scrivens optical retailer

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