The recycling services we provide across Stoke-on-Trent can help ensure that your business is minimising its waste at source and helping to protect the local environment. Through avoiding landfill costs, you can also save money too! Call our team today for a free quote.
Fluorescent tubes and lamps are not only considered dangerous to manage they’re also classified as hazardous waste and that means specialised transportation and disposal via recycling is demanded.
Stoke-on-Trent Waste offers an entire solution for the recycling of spent fluorescent tubes and lamps. Our variety of storage containers have been carefully selected with health & safety in mind and offer the best protection to our personnel, as well as our customers. This service is available on a scheduled or ad hoc collection frequency.
Dry recyclables is the modern description of waste that is free from contaminants such as construction, food or garden waste. Leaving clean materials such as paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, drinks cans and glass bottles to be sorted and recycled. All sorted materials will probably be sent to approved re-processors in the UK for recycling into fresh new and recycled products.
How is it collected?
Combined Recycling is common throughout the UK and collections can be found in all manor of containers. For small sets all of the standard wheelie bins sizes are available 240L, 360L, 660L and 1100L. For medium sized companies who produce adequate volumes regularily 6yrd or 8yrd FEL’s can be properly used. For industrial quantities compactors tend to come in to play allowing a reduction in haulage.
Where does it go?
After its been gathered Combined Recycling is taken to a MRF where it is divided, either by hand or by machine. Each flow is subsequently independently taken for recycling.
How much does it cost?
Due to the value, and weight of the contents of a Dry Miscellaneous Recycling collection and the ever growing Landfill Tax you’ll be able to expect costs to be 20% – 50% lower than that of a individual sized general waste collection. When joined with a adequate internal segregation system serious yearly savings can be made.