A&M Recycling | In2Waste Solutions signs the International RBC Agreement for the Metals Sector
A&M Recycling | In2Waste Solutions signed the International RBC Agreement for the Metals Sector on 11 November 2020.
From a traditional metal collecting company (collecting, sorting and processing metals), A&M Recycling has developed into a leading, modern and innovative player in the circular economy. To underline its role in the circular economy, A&M Recycling has set up the knowledge and advice centre In2Waste Solutions. In2Waste advises on complex recycling processes and raw materials issues, based on the principle that waste does not exist and residues are recycled as much as possible. Insight into raw material flows is often the first step in realising sustainable and social ambitions.
By signing the Agreement, A&M Recycling | In2Waste commits itself to take responsibility for its supply chains and to identify, prevent and reduce (potential) negative impact on people and the environment.
According to Rob van Vijfeijken, CFO of the A&M Recycling Group, the Agreement fits in seamlessly with the ambitions of A&M Recycling | In2Waste: “We strive for a maximum contribution to the circular economy. We do this through the optimal recycling of residues. In our work we take our responsibility for a sustainable supply chain We aim to contribute to the objectives of this Agreement with our knowledge and expertise.”
All participating parties in the Agreement welcome A&M Recycling | In2Waste Solutions and look forward to a fruitful cooperation.