Less plastic waste equals less cost in the lab
Most Laboratories blindly throw away vast quantities of plastic disposable products used on analysers without really considering the options, says Less UK
Less UK has developed a unique reprocessing service which, it says, will clean your products many times over with no sacrifice in test quality.
Is it laziness, apathy or do people just not care enough about our future to make the effort, it asks.
You can change this situation with one quick call.
It offers a free of charge, no obligation trial for any Laboratory willing to try its service.
Consider the savings you will be making: up to 50% saving against the purchase of new products.
Waste disposal costs currently £600 per tonne.
Plastic costs set to rise by up to 30% in the next twelve months.
Life of remaining UK landfill sites - seven years.
Effects of incineration on the environment.
Reduction in usage of non-renewable resources during manufacturing.
Don't just talk about waste reduction programmes, quality initiatives or satisfying the auditor on his annual visit, take active measure right now.
Pick up the phone, call right now for a trial and start to make a difference.
You know it makes sense, says Less UK.
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