Regulations state that all producers of waste must take all reasonable measures to apply the waste hierarchy. All businesses need to have a declaration on Waste Transfer Notes (WTN) to confirm they have applied the waste hierarchy. This is why a licensed Waste Management Company must be appointed to collect and treat their waste materials.
Wasteology is a licensed Waste Carrier and holds a full license at three Waste Transfer stations in Somerset, London and Kent. Once your waste is collected Wasteology will take all reasonable measures to segregate Paper, Metal, Plastic and Glass where technically, environmentally and economically possible. This can include co-mingled collections of recyclables.
Wasteology has a comprehensive range of services to manage all types of waste that are produced from Commercial, Industrial and Construction Sites.
Other resources you may find helpful on our site:
- Wheeled/Euro Bins
- Pre-Paid Sacks
- Skip Hire
- Roll On Roll Off
- Compactors and Balers
- Special and Hazardous
- Recycling Solutions
What is General Waste?
General Waste is a classification that is used when there is mixed types of waste that have not been segregated or sorted. Wasteology understand that not all businesses have the space for multiple Eurobins in order to segregate their waste at source.
How Wasteology Recycle your General Waste?
Wasteology collects your General Waste; the waste is then taken to our Waste Transfer Station in Wellington Somerset. This is the location of our Material Recovery Facility (MRF). The treatment process of the waste starts with picking reusable materials from the waste maximising the quantity of waste being diverted from Landfill. See our MRF Link.
A zero waste to landfill service can be provided; this involves the residue left being taken to an Energy From Waste (EFW) operation. This is where your waste will be incinerated and supply local energy supplies with power being stored.
What is Dry Mixed Recycling (DMR) Waste?
Dry Mixed Recycling is commonly referred to in the industry as DMR. This waste is differentiated from General Waste because the waste is free from contaminants such as food and garden waste. Segregation of waste at source will significantly reduce volume of waste going to landfill. The associated savings of energy, cost, and carbon foot print are necessary for a sustainable future of our environment.
Materials for Dry Mixed Recycling include:
Wasteology believes Dry Mixed Recycling (DMR) is a simple and cost effective solution for business customers. It is the logical step towards recycling, Wasteology has multiple solutions for offering a Dry Mixed Recycle Services. All our containers can be utilised for the collection of General and Dry Mixed Recycle Waste.
How Wasteology Recycle Dry Mixed Recycle Waste?
Wasteology collects the Dry Mixed Recycling; the waste is then taken to our Waste Transfer Station in Wellington Somerset. This is the location of our Material Recovery Facility (MRF). The treatment process of the waste starts with picking more than 85% of the DMR into reusable materials from the waste maximising the quantity of waste being diverted from Landfill. See our MRF Link.
How to Order A General Waste or DMR Service from Wasteology?
Please contact our professional Sales Team for further information, book a free Waste Audit .
- Call 01823 672 900
- Email email@example.com