A local food charity is appealing for donations of goods for it to redistribute to vulnerable groups as more and more people are forced to self-isolate.
The latest edition of Downtown Monthly focuses on Corproate Social Responsibility, with some fantatsic features from Kier, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Recycling Lives, Lovebrum, Forever Manchester, Everton Football Club, plus much more.
A Lancashire businessman has been named EY Entrepreneur of the Year UK.
Multi award-winning Recycling Lives has won its most significant accolade to date.
Recycling Lives has been recognised by its peers as the national leader in offender rehabilitation.
Project with Recycling Lives recognised by ‘Oscars’ of higher education A University partnership that has enabled a Lancashire business to make potential savings of £1.5… Read More »UCLan partnership wins prestigious education award
A leading business continues to save the taxpayer millions by rehabilitating offenders, supporting the homeless and redistributing food. Recycling Lives’ charitable programmes created social value… Read More »Recycling Lives creates another £8m social value
A business minister has praised Recycling Lives “inspirational” work. Lord Henley, a parliamentary lead for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, visited the… Read More »Business minister visits Recycling Lives
A fast-growing recycling business has continued its national expansion, opening two new sites in as many months. Recycling Lives opened two facilities in July and… Read More »Recycling Lives hits double figures with new site openings
Thousands of phones seized from offenders in UK prisons have been crushed and recycled. Around 14,000 mobile phones, ranging from tiny devices to modern smart… Read More »Recycling Lives recycles phones seized from prisons