Are you a brand that needs a recycling solution for your product or your product packaging?
First Mile provide product and packaging returns solutions with a measured environmental benefit, that can help your brand demonstrate its green credentials with an easy to use recycling solution for your customers, and clear data on the impact.
Our team will identify the best environmental route to recycle your material, set-up your recycling collection scheme, and provide ongoing support, comms, and reporting to support the service.
See some of our other partners below, and click to get in touch regarding your product or packaging project today.
Hunter has partnered up with First Mile to provide a recycling solution for their Wellington Boots. Customers can post back their old boots for free to be recycled. Once collected by First Mile, these old boots are sent to our processing partners, where they are shredded and ground down before being repurposed into playground and horse arena surfacing, kickboxing bags and floor fillers.
First Mile is the official recycling partner for Bulldog, providing solutions for hard-to-recycle packaging. Skincare packaging products are made from plastics that need specialist treatment. First Mile provide a collection scheme and send plastics to a process called Microwave-assisted pyrolysis, where the plastic is turned back into oil which can then be refined to produce new plastic products
First Mile is the official recycling partner for Cup Print, providing solutions to recycle their EarthCoating® certified-as-recyclable paper coffee cups. Through partnering with First Mile, Cup Print can ensure their customers that recyclable cups picked up and processed by First Mile are kept in the circular economy. This means less waste, less emissions from landfill and it helps to save the planet’s natural resources – all of which means recycling helps in the fight against climate change.
First Mile helps Piccolo recycle their new baby food pouch, which is made from 100% PP. Piccolo customers can use the pouch multi-pack packaging, which doubles up as the returns parcel for the used pouches. Once collected we send them for processing into new PP products. First Mile and Piccolo are also exploring the potential of creating food-grade recycled PP that could be used in new Piccolo food pouches in future.