Thank you for participating in the Business Recycling User Survey
Author: Liam Taylor
A big thank you to all those who participated in the Business Recycling User Survey. The many responses received will help us ensure that we address the concerns most relevant to users and provide the most valuable service possible.
This year, we received an incredible 936 responses to the survey, almost 200 more contributions than last year’s survey. The winners of the $500 JB Hi-fi vouchers are Tom Kuiper and Daryl Moyle, congratulations from Planet Ark on the win!
The survey also revealed some very positive sentiment amongst the business community for improving recycling practices. About 85 percent of workplaces want to do more for the environment, whilst over 80% of respondents said waste reduction is a priority for their business.
The information provided will be used to ensure Business Recycling is providing the most valuable service possible and addressing the concerns most relevant to users. This year, the most used service was our comprehensive package of workplace recycling signage. Let us know if there's additional signage you would like to see us create.
The biggest concerns were improving the website's design/layout and ensuring business listings are up to date. We are currently updating the website and can happily report the new layout will be up and running by March 2020 at the latest.
Author: Liam TaylorLiam is Planet Ark's Communications Coordinator. Prior to joining Planet Ark Liam spent his time studying global environmental issues, travelling Southeast Asia on the cheap and working for a sustainable property management company in Bali, Indonesia.
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