Mpact gives effect to a true circular economy

Mpact is one of the leading paper and plastics packaging manufacturing businesses in southern Africa as well as the leading recycler of recovered paper and plastic.

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14 September 2021

South Africans called to play their part this National Recycling Day

South Africans have long become familiar with the call to recycle their waste. This has become ever more apparent as people worked from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, as the waste that was normally generated in the office parks and business operations is now being generated and piling up at home.

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5 August 2021

Mpact invests over R500 million in growth projects on the back of a resilient performance and a strong balance sheet after returning R257 million to shareholders

Mpact, the largest paper and plastics packaging business and recycler in southern Africa, reported the results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 today.

 
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14 September 2021

South Africans called to play their part this National Recycling Day

South Africans have long become familiar with the call to recycle their waste. This has become ever more apparent as people worked from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, as the waste that was normally generated in the office parks and business operations is now being generated and piling up at home.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

EARLY MARCH 2022

Annual results for the year ended
31 December 2021 to be published

Sustainability

  • Training and skills development

    49,983 man-hours

    (2019: 65,207 man-hours)

  • Scope 1 and 2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    0.893 tCO2e/tonne

    (2019: 0.883 tCO2e/tonne)

  • Water Consumption

    5.3 Kl/tonne

    (2019: 4.9 kl/t)

  • Energy consumption

    6.3 GJ/tonne

    (2019: 6.2 GJ/t)

  • Recovered recyclables

    523 Ktonnes

    (2019: 624kt)

  • JOBS

    5,053 employees

    (2019: 5,142 employees)