NEW FIRST MILE WEBSITE SHOWCASES FULL PORTFOLIO OF BUSINESS RECYCLING SERVICES

Leading recycling company, First Mile, has today announced the launch of its new website www.thefirstmile.co.uk giving businesses in London the opportunity to explore their recycling options and the positive impact their actions can have on the environment.

The site has been completely revamped and features a streamlined design, improved navigation and new functionality, including search options and detailed, searchable FAQs. Enriched content has also been added, offering visitors an in-depth look at the recycling journey and end-solution for various materials, while allowing customers to explore the full portfolio of over twenty recycling services that First Mile provides to businesses within London and Birmingham.

For the first time, details of First Mile’s dedicated sorting facility – the “sacktory” – are also featured, giving a deeper insight into the full scope of First Mile’s recycling operations.

Also new to the site is detail about First Mile’s customer app, which any customer can use to place orders, track their recycling rates, report missed collections and make payments. The new site also makes it easy for companies to learn more about the service extras that First Mile offers to help businesses enhance their sustainability, from waste audits and recycling workshops to waste reduction tools.

Bruce Bratley, founder and CEO at First Mile, said: “We’re committed to providing the best possible experience for our customers, partners and website visitors and we’re really excited about everything our new site has to offer.”

“We’re seeing our customers taking a keener interest in knowing not only how their material is recycled, but also what it’s recycled into, and we’re keen to embrace and encourage this appetite for knowledge. As such, we’ve worked hard to ensure that visitors to the site are able to gain a deeper understanding of the many services that First Mile offers, and how and where the materials we collect are recycled.”

First Mile’s new site can be explored at www.thefirstmile.co.uk

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