Tyvek® Recycling:

We operate two recycling streams for Tyvek® paper and fabric styles, clean and printed. Streaming the waste helps us maximise reusability and reduce the number of processes that the media needs to go through in the recycling chain.

Spenic print media supports CRISIS through its Tyvek recycling programme

Support CRISIS when you recycle your used or waste Tyvek®:

Spenic is supporting Crisis to deliver vital services to over 10,000 homeless people at Crisis’s 11 Skylight centres across the year. Spenic donates the funds raised through the issue of Tyvek® collections bags to Crisis to help their vital work in supporting homeless people.

Every time you purchase a recycling bag you are helping to end homelessness.

Recycling Waste and Used Print Media

The Spenic™ Green Media programme enables our clients to dispose both waste, and end of life media following campaigns in a simple and efficient way.?

Our recycling network can repurpose all of the media we supply, from Tyvek® print media, Idrojet® banners and Aquapaper® wallpaper through to pallet wrap.

There are a number of ways in which we can assist you in your operational process. We would welcome the opportunity to speak to you about the Green Media programme.

Tyvek® recycling:

We operate two recycling streams for Tyvek® paper and fabric styles, clean and printed. Streaming the waste helps us maximise reusability and reduce the number of processes that the media needs to go through in the recycling chain.

Support CRISIS when you recyle your used of waste Tyvek®:

CRISIS is the national charity for homeless people. Through life-changing employment, housing and wellbeing services, they support people who are at risk of homelessness, sleeping rough, or living in unstable accommodation, to leave homelessness behind permanently. Using research and direct experience with their members, they campaign for the political commitment and social changes needed to make homelessness in Britain a thing of the past.

Spenic is supporting Crisis to deliver vital services to over 10,000 homeless people at Crisis’s 11 Skylight centres across the year. Crisis Skylight centres provide innovative education, employment, housing and wellbeing services to help people leave homeless behind for good. Coaches and tutors carefully address everyone’s needs, giving them the tools they need to find work, accommodation and positive wellbeing.

Spenic donates the funds raised through the issue of Tyvek® collections bags to Crisis to help their vital work in supporting homeless people.

To help end homelessness please click the following link to purchase your Tyvek recyling bags.

How it works:

If you would like to utilise our recycling network, simply package your used Tyvek® and if possible separate the clean white and the printed Tyvek into separate batches and send it to us at the address below.

Tyvek Recycling

Spenic Converters LLP.

Unit 11, Caker Stream Road,

Mill Lane Industrial Estate,

Alton, Hampshire, GU34 2QA

Large shipments:

If you are sending pallet(s) of waste and used media, all we ask is that you contact us first by phone on 01454 430 209 to discuss the delivery arrangements.

Spenic Recycling Collection Bags:

Click the following link to see our range of Tyvek collection bags and how you can participate in the programme: Tyvek Recycling

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