Neptune Recyclers, a leading player in the recyclable waste management industry in Sri Lanka, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary at its warehouse premises on November 14th.
Operating as a subsidiary of Expack Corrugated Cartons PLC and a part of the esteemed Aberdeen Holdings Group, Neptune Recyclers remains committed to driving positive change and developing sustainable solutions for a greener and more eco-conscious Sri Lanka. Guided by the visionary leadership of Managing Director Mr. Abdullah Kassim and CEO Mr. Fazleen Majeed, the company has set industry standards and is dedicated to promoting environmental stewardship and a circular economy in the region.
As part of their brand repositioning efforts, Neptune Recyclers has adopted a new tagline – “Driving Sri Lanka’s Circular Economy.” This reflects their renewed focus on Sri Lanka’s circular economy and their commitment to leading the way in creating a more sustainable future for the country while generating shared value across all stakeholders in the circular economy.
The celebration was inaugurated by Managing Director Mr. Abdullah Kassim and Chief Executive Officer Mr. Fazleen Majeed, with all staff members present to commemorate this significant milestone.
Lanka faces various sustainability challenges, particularly in terms of waste
management and circular economy practices. However, Neptune Recyclers has been
at the forefront of addressing these challenges and making a positive impact.
According to their corporate profile, the company has recycled over 600,000
metric tons of waste and contributed $160 million towards environmental and
human sustainability efforts in Sri Lanka.
The Managing Director of Neptune Recyclers, Mr. Abdullah Kassim, delivered a speech advocating for the circular economy, underscoring the company’s dedication to environmental conservation and community well-being. “Our support for local recycling programs isn’t just about saving the planet; it’s about creating jobs, boosting local economies, and instilling a sense of responsibility,” expressed Mr. Kassim during the event. As Neptune Recyclers proudly celebrate 30 years of Recycling, he extended his sincere gratitude to all those involved in propelling the circular economy forward.
With a strong focus on circular economy principles, Neptune Recyclers continuously strives to reduce waste, conserve resources, and promote sustainable practices. Their commitment to sustainability extends not only to environmental aspects but also to creating job opportunities and ensuring the wellbeing of their employees.
Neptune Recyclers reaffirms its dedication to being a responsible corporate citizen and leading the way towards a more sustainable future for Sri Lanka. They express their gratitude to their customers, partners, and employees for their continuous support and look forward to many more years of success in their journey towards a greener tomorrow, and embracing the Circular Economy.
For more information about Neptune Recyclers and their efforts to drive the Circular Economy in Sri Lanka, please visit their website at www.neptunerecyclers.com.
Director of Neptune Recyclers, Mr. Abdullah Kassim & the Management team
along with Senior Leadership Team at Neptune Recyclers 30 years anniversary