Resource Recovery & Recycling

Close the Loop (CtL) provides sustainability solutions to help companies enhance corporate social responsibility programs.

As a global leader within the print and imaging industry, Close the Loop began by designing and managing ink and toner take-back, recovery, and reuse programs. Fortune 500 companies such as Xerox, Staples, HP and Konica Minolta use Close the Loop to ensure these resources are recovered and reclaimed.

Close the Loop minimise waste to landfill and work towards a circular economy, transforming items that would normally end up in landfills or oceans into useful commodities that can be returned to the supply chain.

This includes taking soft plastic waste and recycled toner and forming it into TonerPlas®, an asphalt additive that helps extend the lifespan of roads, as well as the formation of cosmetics recovery programs and processing for these items for brands such as Estee Lauder, Mac, Innisfree and Charlotte Tilbury.

With strategically located operation centres around the world, Close the Loop is having a positive impact throughout multiple industries, while helping brands achieve their own sustainability guidelines and targets.

Close the Loop Group Consists of Key Resource & Recovery Locations Across the Globe:

Texas-based ISP Tek were acquired by CtL Group in 2023, as a key HP Refurbishment Partner and Authorized Distributor for laptops, PCs, monitors, commercial products, printers and accessories.

The business offers total solutions for hardware sourcing, enterprise device reclamation, distribution, and Life Cycle Management (LCM) that provides new opportunities for returned electronic devices.

With strong sustainability and environmentally- responsible asset recovery management, the DNA central to ISP Tek had great synergy with CtL Group and increased the businesses ability to operate both profitably and mindfully.

O F Resource Recovery is based in Melbourne’s West, and focuses on the recovery of fibre-based materials such as paper and cardboard for providing back to the paper industry for the manufacturing of like product.