Seco Tools has launched a new carbide recycling project which calls on its customers to help close the waste loop and help the company reduce its impact on the environment.
The campaign asks the public to send back their used carbide, inserts, solid drills, solid end mills and wear parts from 1st May to 31st July and for every five kilogrammes collected the firm will donate 1€ (£0.8) to non-profit projects including a global biodiversity hotspot in SouthWest Australia and a 22.5MW wind power project in Rajasthan, India.
The campaign aims to recycle as much raw material as possible, reduce its carbon footprint and increase the efficiency of its manufacturing processes.
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