4th
Jan
2011

Posted in Sustainability

04 January 2011, Crawley, UK - Kafevend, one of the UK’s largest vending solutions providers, has partnered with The Electronic Waste Company to manage the recycling of hundreds of end-of-life vending machines each year.

Kafevend supplies more than 11,000 vending machines across the UK and upgrades many of these each year to ensure that their customers’ experience the best ground coffees, leaf teas and other beverages that vending machines can deliver.

The Electronic Waste Company will now be dismantling and recycling end-of-life machines at their site in the UK. Their highly skilled staff will ensure that the machines are recycled in the most environmentally friendly manner possible with nothing going to landfill.

Jane Rowe, Commercial Marketing Director at Kafevend commented: “The manufacturers of the drinks vending machines that Kafevend supplies are continually improving the quality of drink they deliver. Our aim is to ensure that our customers have the latest vending technologies and that's why we're so committed to a rolling programme of upgrades. We're looking forward to working with The Electronic Waste Company, to ensure that the vending machines we're replacing are dealt with responsibly.”

More information about the Kafevend range of vending machines is available at www.kafevend.co.uk or by calling 0800 011 4531.

More information on The Electronic Waste Company is available from  www.ewasteco.com.

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Kafevend is one of the fastest growing vending solutions companies, supplying over 11,000 vending machines and the associated consumables to businesses across the UK. Kafevend prides itself on delivering a premium level of service to its customers and is proud to partner with MARS Drinks to offer quality branded products.

For more information about Kafevend, this press release or the range of products and services we offer to our customers, contact Jane Rowe, Commercial Marketing Director at Kafevend on 01293 523222 or jrowe@kafevend.org.

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