Outsourced services service provider to the circular economy, Reconomy, has obtained Leceister-based recycling company Casepak, alongside its sister corporation, Oceala.
Created in 1973 by George Smith, Casepak is continuing to grow into among the UK’s top waste and recycling administration companies. Casepak operates two state-of-the-artwork facilities in Leicester – an assortment and processing service that delivers specialist sortation solutions and a components recycling service (MRF) that sorts mixed recyclables, creating TEEP compliant outputs.
Casepak works together with a variety of commercial customers along with partnering with Nearby Authorities through the entire UK to improve recycling rates, while Oceala specialises in providing waste administration services to visible retailers over the national country.
Talking about the acquisition, Mark Smith, Joint Handling Director of Casepak mentioned: “We have been extremely proud to possess grown Casepak into this type of successful organization while remaining family-possessed and managed. However, to keep to grow and benefit from future opportunities it’s high time to improve the ownership construction and we have been very excited to become listed on up with the Reconomy Team. It will remain quite definitely business as usual for the customers and staff, while providing additional scope for increased advancement and innovation.”
Paul Cox, CEO of the Reconomy Team additional: “We’re delighted to create Casepak in to the Reconomy loved ones and wish a hot welcome to all or any of our new co-workers. Casepak can be an innovative business, with dedication to top quality and great customer support. We see great possible for future years as the Reconomy Team continues to create its portfolio of providers and deliver a circular economy eyesight, helping our commercial clients work at a sustainable upcoming.”
The addition of Casepak will more improve the Reconomy Group’s current processing features and reinforces the company’s commitment to UK infrastructure for recycling. In March 2021, the Reconomy Team obtained Eurokey and in September introduced a £15 million expense in a fresh sorting service in Kettering for supermarket movies and versatile plastics, coming in 2022 online.
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