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Maximising Efficiency and Sustainability with Can and Drum Crushers

Can and drum crushers are machines used in waste management to reduce the size of materials like cans and drums, making them easier to handle and transport. Can crushers compress cans, reducing their volume by up to 80%, saving space and cutting disposal costs. Drum crushers compact drums by up to 95%, ideal for industries…

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Recycling Segregation Regulations for Welsh Workplaces

Recycling Segregation Regulations for Welsh Workplaces

New recycling laws will be introduced into Wales from the 6th of April 2024. The government of Wales has now issued a new notice where they have instructed all businesses including public sector and charity organisations to carefully segregate their waste. This is an important step for the Welsh government, as it aims to move…

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Turning Trash into Power: Practices for Generating Energy from Waste

Turning rubbish into power through waste-to-energy (WtE) solutions is a process that aims to generate electricity or heat from the combustion of solid waste or other organic materials. This approach not only helps in waste management but also contributes to sustainable energy production.  Waste to Energy Solutions Using both waste balers and waste compactors are…

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waste compactor for waste reduction

Essential Waste Reduction Techniques for Hospitality, Restaurant and Hotel Businesses

The hospitality industry finds itself at a pivotal juncture, balancing sustainability and profitability. Waste reduction has emerged as a central concern for restaurants, hotels and businesses in the hospitality sector. As we embark on this exploration of tips to manage hotel and restaurant waste, we’ll delve into essential strategies that not only diminish waste but…

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Cardboard Money

How to Correctly Dispose of Business Cardboard Waste

Cardboard proves to be incredibly useful due to its lightweight, considerable strength and its versatility to be moulded into a myriad of beneficial forms like cardboard boxes, food packaging, toys, and even furniture. As a result, cardboard tops the charts in commercial waste accounting for 4.7 million tonnes per annum according to the latest figure…

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Harnessing the Power of AI in Recycling

One of the hottest topics of 2023 that has everyone talking is Artificial Intelligence (AI). There is no denying that recent advancements have opened the door to significant transformations across various industries.  When considering the vast possibilities, it’s not unfair to say that many people probably haven’t considered how AI will impact the waste management…

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Streamlining Production Waste Management: Your Comprehensive Guide

By design, the manufacturing industry generates a substantial amount of waste. As businesses look to achieve nil to landfill status managing this waste stream can be a significant task.  In this article, we’ll discuss how to best streamline your production waste and how Landfill Alternatives can help. Recognising Production Waste Production waste includes a wide…

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How does a Recycling Baler work?

Throughout 2020, it may have felt at times, like the world came to a standstill. As we enter 2021, and businesses begin to re-open their doors there is one thing that hasn’t changed; the requirement for waste management. There has never been a better time to invest in waste handling equipment.

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Cardboard Money

Can you get money for cardboard?

Cardboard is one of the most common types of waste produced by businesses. With a constant stream of stock and materials being delivered in cardboard, it can be incredibly difficult to eliminate this source of waste. Packaging can very quickly begin to clog up bins, skips, and storerooms and before you know it you’re drowning…

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Choosing the right Waste Baler in 2021

Throughout 2020, it may have felt at times, like the world came to a standstill. As we enter 2021, and businesses begin to re-open their doors there is one thing that hasn’t changed; the requirement for waste management. There has never been a better time to invest in waste handling equipment.

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