Corporate learning solutions provider Learning Pool has partnered with Responsible Plastic Management (RPM) to help tackle the plastic pollution crisis.

As part of the partnership, Learning Pool will join RPM’s ‘Zero Plastic to Landfill’ challenge this month.

The initiative enables organisations to divert plastics away from landfills to be recycled, reused, or used in energy recovery.

Learning Pool aims to eliminate the disposal of plastic waste in landfills.

Learning Pool facilities manager Chris Myers-Smith said: “Learning Pool is following the footsteps of corporations like McDonald’s and The Coca-Cola Company to reduce the use of single-use plastics.

“In ongoing efforts to minimise our environmental impact, we have partnered with RPM to ensure that our contributions to the global eradication of single-use plastic are certified and that any plastic we do use is recycled, reused, or compostable.

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“We have also taken proactive measures such as assessing our carbon footprint, changing suppliers and supplies, and actively participating in litter picks in cities, towns, and beaches.”

Learning Pool has been supporting thousands of businesses by investing in learning experiences around the world.

The company’s AI platforms and skills solutions produce actionable insights into every participant’s performance.

The solutions provider has already gained B Corporation accreditation earlier this year.

Myers-Smith added: “As a forward-thinking organisation, we are constantly seeking new and innovative ways to overcome the obstacles that lie ahead. The RPM programme and its ‘Zero Plastic to Landfill’ challenge is just one example of how we are prepared to tackle these challenges head-on to ensure our continued success in the future.”