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2021 in brief
In 2021, we broke the fundraising record for the tenth year in a row. Collected volumes increased and landed at a total of 552,600 tonnes or 53 kilos per person.
New CEO and new name
Helena Nylén took over as CEO in September 2021. Helena was previously director of goods supply at Spendrups. At the beginning of 2022, we changed our name from Förpacknings- och Tidningsinsamlingen to Förpackningsinsamlingen. This was a natural consequence of the producer responsibility for recycled paper ceasing and the collection of newspapers being transferred to Swedish municipalities. The name change clarifies that FTI are Sweden’s leading company for collecting packaging.
Increasingly satisfied customers
The majority, 93 percent of FTI’s customers, feel that we make a positive contribution to their sustainability work. This is shown by a customer survey conducted during 2021. The survey shows consistently high values for cooperation, support and guidance.
Investment in circular material flows and state-of-the-art recycling
In Motala one of FTI’s owners, Swedish Plastic Recycling, is building the world’s largest and most modern plastic recycling facility, Site Zero. With the new facility, the first stage is expected to be completed in 2023, conditions are created to recycle many times more plastic packaging than today completely without negative climate impact.
Read about this and much more in FTI’s annual review for 2021