If your organisation is serious about reducing waste, cutting costs and reducing your carbon footprint then we are here to help! By following a few steps we can determine how much waste you produce and the best way to process that waste.
A waste audit will help identify the quantity and the makeup of the waste that you generate. We will be able to work out how much non-hazardous and hazardous waste your business generates. This will help us identify waste that can be reused or recycled through waste segregation either on site or via our own facilities.
As part of your duty of care you are responsible for the waste you produce, store, transport and dispose of, without harming human health and the environment. We promise to help you every step of the way during this process. We keep track of the waste produced. With relevant data we can show you how much you’re recycling, and we promise to try our best to divert all waste that can be reused or recycled away from landfill.
Waste segregation is a great way to do this. We can provide education for staff on site so they know why separating waste into different categories is important. By involving them in the process they will appreciate that they’re helping the recycling process and help you meet your targets. Recycling at source is the best way to a sustainable future, also helping reduce your costs.
The main categories for waste segregation are general municipal, dry recycling, food waste, glass waste, cardboard, scrap metal, wood, used cooking oil, WEEE and Hazardous. The best way to do this is colour coordination and signage as shown in the photos below.
We have a fleet of different kinds of vehicles: from roll on/roll off skips, portable compactors, wheelie bins for food and glass to name but a few, we can cover all your needs.