Achieving Zero to Landfill with Recycling Services
Submitted by: Advansys
(OPENPRESS) July 6, 2012 -- Once waste is thrown away in the bin, usually not a second thought is given to what happens next. Rubbish collectors come and toss them into the truck with other waste which is then collectively dumped in a landfill site. The UK government has some regulations to ensure there is some waste management taking place; however there are other actions that can be taken to make waste management even more effective.
Recycling Services is an independent company that is working towards the philosophy of zero to landfill, also known as zero waste. This philosophy aims to get as much use and resource from waste, as is possible. Compared to other waste and disposal methods, Recycling Services believe that waste is another untapped resource. It can provide some benefits when managed appropriately, as specified by law, making it an effective and economic solution to excessive waste disposal.
How can Zero Waste be achieved?
Zero to landfill is an attainable goal, especially when you partner with Recycling Services. With countless years of experience, they understand responsible waste management and can tailor services that best suit your needs and requirements.
In the hopes of being your one stop shop for all waste, they have access to efficient and innovative waste management and recycling services to help you reach your environmental goals. What's more, Recycling Services takes care of each step involved. Their one stop shop for waste management service involves:
• One point of contact for all waste issues
• One consolidated monthly invoice
• Full control of all waste streams
• The best mix of local suppliers to collect each waste stream
• Fully audited disposal routes
• Detailed, accurate environmental reporting
This kind of support gives customers the freedom to focus on their business while Recycling Services takes care of practically everything.
Waste Resources through Zero to Landfill
The most well known reuse of waste is through recycling. With their total waste management; office paper, card & cardboard, glass, metal, wood, food and organic waste can all be recycled. Not only this, but hazardous waste can be disposed of in the most environmentally friendly manner.
Probably not as well known is the production of energy from waste and refuse derived fuel. Using certain methods of waste disposal, the energy created can form electricity and heat. Recycling Services even has access to a plant that specifically deals with this form of waste management.
To find out more about how Recycling Services can help you achieve zero to landfill, contact them.