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Refuse sack specification made simple

Published 20th January, 2014 by Neil Nixon

Refuse sack specification made simple

bpi.recycled products has launched a new refuse sack selector. Introduced as part of its commitment to offering the best products backed by the highest levels of service and support, the guide makes it easier for customers to choose from the manufacturer's extensive portfolio of products which includes recycling sacks, compostable sacks and The Green Sack range of ultra-low carbon footprint, 100% recycled refuse sacks.

Rachael Barton, marketing communications manager at bpi.recycled products, said: “bpi.recycled products is committed to offering added value solutions and the introduction of our new refuse sack selector is a direct reflection of that. Choosing refuse sacks may seem like a simple enough decision but for the large volume user, it's a choice that can have huge implications. If you choose an overspecified product, you could be committing to unnecessary costs, and the more sacks you use, the more the effects of this are multiplied. Similarly, opting for an underspecified product can cause damage to customer relations, corporate reputations and staff morale if that product isn't fit for purpose. For those customers where we enjoy a direct relationship, bpi.recycled products always offers best practice advice on product selection but our new guide is of particular benefit to those organisations who buy our products further along the supply chain. In short, it's a case of making our expertise as one of Europe's largest and most experienced refuse sack manufacturers as widely accessible as possible.”

To help simplify the specification process, the new product selector - which is downloadable from The Green Sack website (www.thegreensack.co.uk) - employs flowcharts to help customers navigate bpi.recycled products' range.

Rachael Barton concluded: “For bpi.recycled products, the provision of first class service and support is every bit as important as new product development, technical innovation and reliable product quality. We aim to be a complete solutions provider and the launch of our product selector is just the latest in a long line of initiatives that already includes marketing collateral, a range rationalisation service and product training. We hope it will enable customers to specify products that are perfectly suited to their needs and that are ultimately able to contribute to their continued operational and commercial success.”

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