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REMONDIS has been celebrating its 25th anniversary in Stettin together with all those living and working in the region. The year-long celebrations have been run under the name “REMONDIS for Stettin” and have included a variety of events, such as competitions, concerts and art exhibitions. As far as the local inhabitants are concerned, REMONDIS is not only one of the region’s biggest recycling businesses, it is also a company steeped in tradition with strong ties to the region’s social and cultural environment.
The main event of this 25th anniversary was a three-part competition – with the winners being presented with tickets to attend a live concert. The participants were able to go to an exclusive concert held by the well-known Polish band Audiofeels at the Stettin philharmonic hall as well as to a special music performance put on by the theatre group Buffo, a household name across the whole of Poland, and a concert with the young pop singer, Margaret. REMONDIS Stettin GmbH, however, felt that it was important that the competition was not only fun but informative as well and so the questions the participants had to answer covered the subjects of waste, recycling and environmental protection. And so, they had the opportunity to take part in an online quiz and guess which waste belonged in which bin.
Each part of the competition focused on a different coloured wheelie bin. At the beginning of the year, the company concentrated on old glass, which is collected in green bins in Poland. The winners were the people who managed to solve the virtual task in the shortest amount of time.
REMONDIS has been making the most of its know-how to help Stettin and its waste management sector since the 90s. The company is now one of the region’s most respected brands.
The summer months took a detailed look at the yellow bin. This time the participants had to virtually sort plastic and metal waste. The last part of the quiz, the blue bin section, turned the spotlight on how paper and cardboard should be separated and recycled correctly. One of the primary goals the company has set itself is to explain to the local inhabitants about the importance of recycling. And this has proven to be a fun way of doing this – combining information with many great events. There was also much interest in the photo story “I’m just cleaning up here” put together by the Polish photographer, Tomasz Lazar. He spent time with REMONDIS’ employees documenting their day-to-day work and then put on an exhibition which proved popular among tourists and local residents alike.
REMONDIS is well known for the support it has given many local social and cultural initiatives in Stettin over the years. In 2017, the company won first prize in a prestigious competition when it was named “Stettin Employer of the Year 2017” in the category, “Corporate Business Responsibility”.
The celebrations also included a number of performance acts