MPACT A team of volunteers from Mpactâ€™s Corrugated factory in Kuils River gathered at the Kalkfontein Primary School sports fields on Wednesday 10 December to upgrade the grounds for the local school children and surrounding community.
MPACT At Mpact, a leading plastics and paper packaging producer in southern Africa, one of the fundamental tenets of doing business is being a responsible corporate citizen, which manifests in the creation of long-term value for all stakeholders.
MPACT The food manufacturing, retail and agriculture sectors will increasingly look to science to help develop next-generation packaging that combines environmental sustainability, design innovation, simplicity and cost effectiveness.
Schools, churches boost funds by collecting many tons of waste paper Waste paper gets turned into valuable funds when communities band together to support local associations by making deposits at their nearest â€œRonnie Bankâ€ waste paper drop-off point.
MPACT 1.17-million tons of paper recovered for recycling in 2013.* Mpact Recycling collected 457 000 tons of paper for recycling in 2013. 62% of paper that can be recycled was actually collected.*
MPACT Ronnie Recycler is the cartoon-like character that visits schools to help learners understand the benefits of recycling and to encourage them to collect waste paper and cardboard.
MPACT Collecting waste paper and cardboard is much more than a good habit and a way of keeping our environment clean. It is also the way that many enterprising people earn money. The recycling industry in South Africa already provides jobs for 100 000 people.
MPACT Transformation into essential activity sustains thousands of jobs. Recycling has been transformed in the consumerâ€™s eyes from a worthy environmentally-focused activity into a fully-fledged business sector that provides jobs for thousands and contributes significantly to the economy every year.
MPACT How recycling boosts growth in jobs and factories Recycling has been transformed from a worthy environmentally-focused activity into a fully-fledged business sector that provides jobs for thousands and generates billions for the economy every year.
MPACT Nowâ€™s the time to get into recycling, says Mpact Recycling is just about the only way we know to turn something seemingly worth nothing into something of substantial value in terms of jobs, economic growth and, of course, the environment.
MPACT As one of the leading paper and plastics packaging businesses in southern Africa, Mpact sees the Western Cape as an important region where it maintains a substantial manufacturing presence.
MPACT Mpact, the JSE-listed paper and plastics packaging company, has helped make a real difference to the lives of the communities it touches by raising funds for a mobile kitchen in Springs, Ekurhuleni.
MPACT Mpactâ€™s Port Elizabeth plant has benefited from considerable investment in new case-making equipment recently which will ensure that the company meets growing demand for corrugated packaging in the agricultural and industrial sectors.
MPACT Mpact Recycling, in partnership with Trudon (the publishers of the Yellow Pages), have opened entries to the annual telephone directory and paper drive school competition.
Mpact More than a billion live chickens are transported across South Africa every year as they move along the production chain from broiler house to supermarket. In the process, hard-pressed producers face significant logistics costs on top of the challenging price of core inputs such as maize feed.
MPACT A R10-million investment by Mpact in its fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) plastics plant in Pinetown in KwaZulu-Natal will enable the Group to produce a new type of packaging, especially for the dairy industry. Mpact is a JSE-listed plastic and paper packaging manufacturer.
MPACT All success stories begin with a little bit of help. But access to financial help, equipment, business training and industry knowledge are often major stumbling blocks for small business initiatives.
MPACT Mpact Recyclingâ€™s kerbside house-to-house collection programme will be replacing the highly recognisable orange Ronnie Bag with the new green Mpact Recycling bag.