Our partners and friends
Every Can Counts is funded by European and UK drinks can manufacturers (Metal Packaging Europe, UK Canmakers) and CanPack UK; the aluminium packaging producers and reprocessors, and energy drink market leader Red Bull UK. It has been developed and is managed by the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro).
Every Can Counts funding partners
Metal Packaging Europe
Metal Packaging Europe is a not-for-profit making association whose prime objective is to promote Europe’s rigid metal packaging industry and provide it with a unified voice. Metal Packaging Europe brings together manufacturers, suppliers, and national associations across Europe.
Ardagh Group CPUK manufactures packaging for the world’s biggest brands and a reputation for innovation; pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, pioneering new production methods, new design techniques and new ways to recycle and save energy.
Ball Packaging Group
Ball is a leading beverage can maker with production facilities around the world. Ball Corporation supplies innovative, sustainable packaging solutions for beverage, food and household products, as well as aerospace and other technologies and services primarily for the U.S. government.
CPUK is part of the CanPack group of companies (CP Group), with headquarters in Krakow, Poland. CanPack group is a leading supplier of metal and glass containers and metal closures.
Crown Holdings Inc.
Crown Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a leading supplier of packaging products to consumer marketing companies around the world. Crown is proud to be the leader in metal packaging technology.
Novelis operates Europe’s only dedicated used aluminium can recycling plant in Warrington, Cheshire. The plant has the capacity to recycle every aluminium can sold in the UK for the foreseeable future (currently 6.6 billion cans, which equates to approximately 101,000 tonnes in weight).
Red Bull established its business 23 years ago, in Austria. Nowadays, Red Bull Energy Drink is available in more than 160 countries and sold more than 4 billion times a year. To read more about the Red Bull can and it’s lifecycle please click on the link.
The UK Can Makers represents the UK manufacturers of beer and carbonated soft drinks cans. The organisation promotes the benefits of the drinks can and aids communications between the industry and its customers: the brewers and soft drinks manufacturers and the retailers, as well as the packaging industry, the media and consumers.
Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association
MPMA is the lead voice of the UK metal packaging industry with direct links into a European market employing 60,000 people across 200 companies producing more than 85 billion containers each year. The Association supports and represents members’ on industry matters related to operational, regulatory and environmental issues. In addition, the work of the association promotes the benefits of metal packaging and the sustainable attributes of steel and aluminium through education programmes, industry awards and relevant communication channels.
Friends of Every Can Counts
The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) is a national not for profit trade association and the UK’s leading festival representative body. Their mission is to represent, empower and provide a vital support network to their unique network of members, namely festival organisers.
Full Circle produce eco-friendly festival hygiene packs to help reduce the amount of single-use plastic and water consumption at camping festivals, they use recyclable components through-out and are committed to sourcing the most environmentally friendly products on the market.
Full Circle also donate a portion of each hygiene pack sale to their two charity partners, WATER and The Raw Foundation.
Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP)
WRAP’s vision is a world in which resources are used sustainably. They work with governments, businesses and communities to deliver practical solutions to improve resource efficiency.
WRAP’S mission is to accelerate the move to a sustainable, resource-efficient economy by re-inventing how we design, produce and sell products; re-thinking how we use and consume products and re-defining what is possible through re-use and recycling.
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