In the Poursay-Garnaud commune, Paprec has opened a new site for its NCI Environnement branch.
In late April 2014, NCI Environnement has opened an additional site for its factory in La Rochelle in order to better serve their clients. The new site will be used to collect and recover non-hazardous industrial waste, paper, cardboard, and wood.
April 28, 2014
FRANCE 3 PRAISES PAPREC D3EHaving been rewarded by Récylum for its improvements in the collecting of light sources, Paprec’s Chauvigny agency has been chosen by the France 3 Poitou-Charente daily news show for a report on the recycling of WEEE.
Watch the report here
April 24, 2014
RÉCYLUM REWARDS PAPREC D3EDuring the Tri-Athlon challenge organised by Récylum, the most dynamic lamp and light source collection companies are rewarded. These companies have pledged to offer local and sustainable collection solutions by singing Récylum’s charter for “licensed light collectors”.
38 certified companies participated in 2013, and Paprec D3E in Chassieu won the prize! This is due to their 15% increase in collection in the last year, and the best progression and absolute value.
We congratulate them for their exemplary work.
April 22, 2014
PAPREC ACQUIRES ATLANTIC METALWith a second acquisition in less than a month, Paprec continues to increase its presence in the scrap iron and metal recycling industry.
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March 19, 2014
PAPREC IMPROVES ITS SERVICE OFFERPaprec has recently signed an agreement with Stora Enso for the recovery of complex paper-cardboard, or liquid-food packaging.
This agreement, as well as Paprec receiving the Eco-Emballage AZE subsidy (aid to isolated zones), will allow the company to charge the same amounts to all local communities.
This charge will be higher than today’s, for, among other things, the AZEs will be in charge of transportation costs. This partnership will benefit all communities, whether they work with Paprec or not.
These new condition will apply to current contracts, and for different consultations, to new contracts. Stora Enso’s strong involvement in the recycling of liquid packaging was Paprec’s main reason for choosing this company.
A perfect recovery rate: This process allows for a 100% recovery rate: 80% in the form of cardboard and aluminium; 20% as energy, with the use of polyethylene (PE) as an energy source for the creation of cardboard.
With this agreement, Paprec proves once again that it is a recycling company, not jus a reseller.