You can donate on our JustGiving page here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/aimtorecycle
We raised over £100 in just one day by having a cake sale in our reception!
We would like to thank everyone that took part, and thank everyone for their generous donations to a wonderful Charity! Check back to see what other Charity events we will be taking part in soon!
We are proud to confirm we have diverted 8,434,804 kgs from landfill during 2016!
Please click on the link below to see our Certificate.
All of our customers are eligible for this certificate too, if you are one of our customers, you should receive your own certificate in the post in the next few weeks!
Contact us to find out what else you could be getting from your waste company!
We have released our newest addition to our newsletter!
These will now be released twice a year! Click on the link to read more about Aim to Recycle has done over the last year!
We are proud to announce that we are now ISO Accredited!
We have both ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, thanks to QMS International.
If you would like copies of our certificates for your records, please contact our office today!
Wednesday, 22nd April 2015, Earth Day!
Today is a day we think about what impact we have on the world that we all share!
Do you recycle enough?
Do you think you could do more for the environment?
Can we help you with that?
Did you know that you are not just recycling your waste products with us, we also plant tree’s on your behalf with our
Since June 2013 when we started the Plant a Tree Scheme, we have planted 70 trees on behalf of many of our customers!
Aim to Recycle are celebrating Earth Hour!!!
Saturday 28th March is Earth Hour.
To celebrate Earth Hour we are turning off our electricity for an hour to help reducing our carbon footprint!
We are proud to announce our first Newsletter!
Read all our news and updates in Aim to Recycle’s Newsletter Issue 1 >
Please give your support to Anthony Nolan, the UK’s blood cancer charity and bone marrow register.
Our friend and colleague, Anthony Engish was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome and is currenty undergoing treatment.
Anyone who has met Tony will know the positive, happy and friendly person he is. He’s missed by all at Aim to Recycle, it isn’t the same without him around.
This month we received a Christmas card and letter from Tony and his daughter, Amanda. Amanda has described the fantastic support they have received from the Anthony Nolan Charity.
Reading her letter was an emotional reminder of the great work charities do throughout the world and just how much they are needed.
Amanda Hill is taking part in the Great Winter Run in Edinburgh on January 10th. She will be running to raise money for Anthony Nolan so they are able to continue their vital work and continue to help families like her own.
If you’d like to sponsor Amanda you can do so by visiting uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AmandaHill6
To learn more about the Anthony Nolan charity please visit www.anthonynolan.org
Everyone at Aim to Recycle would like to wish Tony and his family a very Merry Christmas.
If you would like to donate to this wonderful charity, please click here >
We are proud to be raising money for Macmillan… AGAIN!
We raised over £100 in just one day! We would like to thank all the people who took part in such a wonderful day!
We are proud to welcome a new member of staff:
Not only does Clare bring over 10 years experience in the recycling business to Aim to Recycle, but she also has extensive knowledge and experience dealing with General Waste! This means we will be able to provide a complete recycling package for our customers.
‘Recycling Made Easy’
If you would like to contact Clare to talk about what we can do for your company, please send her an email: