June 22, 2016
The cooperation between the two companies means they will “join forces on the Dutch market”, Recyca stated, noting that the partnership will allow both to “reinforce each other in the field of the collection and recycling of cartridges and electronics”. The combined “comprehensive collection network” will allow both to “respond to the demand of schools, companies and government organisations”.
The company added that for these organisations and vertical markets, it is “lucrative to have empty cartridges collected together with old electronics”, and can be “done at very low cost, in some cases even free or with a profitable revenue”. Nica-CTC has collected empty cartridges and IT equipment in the Netherlands “for many years” through its “extensive collection network”, and Recyca added that it also “meets strict laws and regulations”, including ISO9001 and ISO14001.
This, in tandem with the “long time experience” of Holland Recycling regarding “processing of scrap metal as their core business” and “the recycling of electronics as their speciality”, means that they can ensure “proper and responsible treatment and reuse of waste electrical appliances, electronics and lighting and electronic equipment”.
Referencing the “extensive collection” that the partnership will offer, Recyca concluded that “joining forces on the field of recycling starts at the customer”, with collection “coordinated by a network of nearby collection depots”, before “further processing takes place at the headquarters. Besides the fact we can serve the client faster, due to the effect of the economies of scale we can offer the best available rates. This way the client will receive the best revenue”.
It noted in turn that “due to the fine-grained collection, the customer is also in line with all regulations and CSR standards. So combining the collection of cartridges and electronics is a sustainable and profitable solution which guarantees a win-win situation”.
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