How Highlander can help the local school! As part of Global Recycling Day in 2 days time we’ve invited Duncanrig Secondary School to our premises to see how we can help them achieve their Eco Schools Green Flag award and set an example for all of South Lanarkshire Council‘s schools and educational institutions. Have a look at the video to see what […]
“Wood” you believe it? Highlander International are the largest independent wastepaper recyclers in Scotland. We specialise in confidential waste, product destruction and recycling machinery provision and are now launching a wood recycling and pallet recovery service, on our premises in East Kilbride near Glasgow. Highlander has invested in state of the art machinery to fulfil […]
August 26th is National Toilet Paper Day, deemed so to commemorate the first time it was ever sold on a roll (August 26, 1871). Then in 1930, the Germans invented the perforated rolls we have today consisting of 1,000 small sheets that were separated by a perforation. In the 1960s, toilet paper came in different […]
Congratulations to Paige Bingham and her finance Miles Folsum. They recently got engaged in America. All the best from the Highlander Team.
We delivered our first ever bespoke wrapped skip to our customer The Vegan Kind. The skip will serve all their cardboard recycling needs and as far as skips go, this one is pretty awesome.
A day made for the Highlander Clan. We are taking this opportunity to join Radio Clyde and Cash for Kids Scotland for some fundraising action Highlander style worth shouting about. On the 18th of March we will be offering a FREE Drop-Off* service for all your document shredding needs. We will also be donating £5 […]
Stephen Duffy, Director of Highlander International, is a regular contributor to EUWID Pulp and Paper magazine, regularly giving information about the recovered paper markets in Scotland and Ireland. This was in response to Highlander’s recent announced expansion plans within the Scottish market where we aim to be the No.1 paper recycling company in central Scotland. […]