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Bryson Closed Loop Recycling Scheme

Bryson Closed Loop Recycling Scheme

Introducing our Bryson Closed Loop Recycling Scheme

Bryson, the leading manufacturer, importer and distributor of fixings, safety and protection materials, with the recent acquisition of Swiftguard are pleased to offer a Closed Loop Recycling Scheme for fluted polypropylene "correx" protection sheets.

With correx sheeting being one of the largest volumes of single use plastic coming off construction projects, this is a great opportunity for main contractors and subcontractors to improve sustainability and help the environment we live in.

Bryson Closed Loop Recycling Scheme


• Support sustainability and recycling initiatives.
• Reduce your carbon footprint.
• Reduce the amount of plastic waste to landfill.
• Financial savings from landfill tax and reduced waste collection costs.
• Help your site meet sustainability and waste reduction targets and show innovation and commitment to help the environment.

How does the scheme work?




Accepted Sheets

Bryson will collect your fluted polypropylene "correx" protection sheets from site.

Collections can be arranged by contacting your Area Sales Manager, calling the main office on:
020 8660 9119 or emailing

Collections are usually made within 48 hours from time of booking. 

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• Any size and thickness of fluted polypropylene "correx" sheets
• Fluted polypropylene "correx" cut-offs
Sheets must be clean and dry, stacked or baled neatly and securely on pallets

We will NOT ACCEPT contaminated sheets, including tape still attached and compounds or debris on the
sheets such
as concrete, cement, mortar, etc.
We will also NOT ACCEPT any general waste and metal items included with the sheets. 

Bryson Closed Loop Recycling Scheme