VANCOUVER, British Columbia
- Nov. 16, 2020
-- Economic Study of the Canadian Plastic Industry, Market and Waste shows that the total amount of plastics consumed in Canada in 2016 was 4.6 million metric tons. The most significant waste source comes from packaging, then automotive parts, electronics, and textiles.
In today's market, Canada recycles under 10% of its plastics, with the rest dumped in landfills or tossed away as litter. From that number, approximately 86% go to landfills, 4% to incinerators (thermal treatment) and the rest ends up as litter, which negatively impacts ecosystems. With all the above challenges, now is the perfect time to introduce R3Rewards Management Corporation, a digital and physical solution for recyclables, integrating reverse vending machines and a web application component, encouraging, motivating, and rewarding Canadians to reprocess their waste.
R3Rewards Management Corporation or "R3Rewards" offers a user-friendly digital platform for collecting and exchanging Reward Points for services, promoting sustainability, and encouraging people to educate their children and set good examples by reusing or converting recyclable products into tangible goods and services.
R3Rewards features reverse vending machines (RVM), installed in designated public places, allowing people to deposit the recyclables (plastic bottles, glass, textile, etc.), and in return, receive Reward Points.About R3Rewards Management Corporation
: R3Rewards offers a mixed digital and physical solution for recyclables, integrating reverse vending machines, unique software, and secure mobile application, encouraging, motivating, and rewarding Canadians to reprocess their waste. The Mission is to contribute to the world's sustainable development by continuously improving the customers' expectations, creating "green" habits, and educating the public about environmental management(https://r3rewards.com/