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Severnside Recycling unveil redesigned website

Following a successful year of ongoing investment in customer service, Severnside Recycling has unveiled a re-designed website – www.severnside.com – to reflect its forward-thinking corporate philosophy of landfill avoidance through increased recycling and recovery.

One of the website’s key new features is an online audit tool, which allows organisations to identify opportunities to deliver cost savings and improved environmental performance by decreasing landfill dependence.

Tim Price, Severnside’s national commercial manager, sales and marketing, said: "This is a clear statement to the market that while we are specialists in fibre management, we’re now also seen as a market leader in integrated recycling and waste management solutions. Indeed, we utilise the latest landfill alternatives and technologies to help our customers work towards zero landfill."

Severnside’s new website is the latest landmark on the journey from being a specialist paper and packaging recycler to becoming a market-leading recycling and waste management organisation. The new site is a valuable information source for total waste management and aims to increase awareness of non-landfill waste management to businesses and highlight the importance of sustainability as part of their every day operations.

Ian Collis-Smith, owner of Fanatic Design, web specialists assigned to the project, commented: "In today’s business environment, the web is the first point of contact for potential clients. Therefore, the company website is more powerful than ever before in portraying brand identity. While the environment is climbing up the corporate agenda, cost is still the decisive element in waste management procurement. The audit tool allows businesses to illustrate the potential cost savings they could make, quarter on quarter, through decreasing landfill dependence."

Severnside delivers services to thousands of organisations from the retail sector, local enterprises and public sector organisations, to large blue chip companies. One of its key objectives is to divert waste from landfill by maximising recycling and alternative technologies, resulting in cost savings and improved environmental performance.

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