We are committed to recycling and reducing landfill
All waste collected is sorted by hand and separated for recycling at our own licensed Waste Management Facility. It is then passed on to various recycle businesses to be further processed. This approach helps to prevent as much waste as possible ending up in landfill.
So all customers can be assured that as much of their waste as possible is recycled in a meticulous manner.
- We are 100% committed to recycling and the responsible disposal of waste
- We are 100% committed to the management and recycling of waste more effectively
- We are 100% committed to reducing the amount sent to landfill
- All the waste we collect, is sorted by hand at our licensed Waste Management Facility, so you can rest assured that as much of your waste as possible is recycled and prevented from going to landfill
- By maximizing recycling, thus reducing landfill, we are helping to minimise long term environmental damage and thereby helping to save our environment
- Environment Agency registered
- Fully licensed Waste Management Facility
- Registered Waste Carriers and Brokers
WE RECYCLE THE FOLLOWING
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