(USA)

Energy giant ExxonMobil is the latest corporate to join an America scheme tapping big business support to transform recycling.

The Recycling Partnership is a non profit which includes Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Starbucks and Target among its supporters backing to – create a sustainable future through recycling.

“We’re pleased to welcome ExxonMobil to The Partnership,” said Keefe Harrison, CEO of The Recycling Partnership. “Their $1.5 million investment in our organisation shows a dedicated commitment to help us deliver measurable and sustainable change to peoples’ everyday lives through improved recycling system solutions.”

The Partnership has helped tens of millions of households across the US engage with recycling; as it works to achieve its goal of doubling recycling rates in the country.

“Thanks to our partnership with global companies like ExxonMobil, which recognises the value of supporting our sustainability mission, we will be able to move closer to making the circular economy mainstream. We will also be able to have a much larger impact on the health of our planet and peoples’ everyday lives now and in the future,” added Keefe Harrison.