What can you recycle with us?
We divert an average of 99% of all the materials we handle at our recovery facilities in Slyfield, Aldershot and Runfold, away from landfill to minimise the impact your waste has on the environment.
What we recycle
The most common materials we recycle are; wood, metal, glass, rigid plastic, inert waste, paper and cardboard, tins, cans and food waste. We also recycle aggregates from construction sites such as bricks, rubble and concrete. Green waste is composted.
If you’re unsure about how you can recycle the waste materials your business produces, give us a call and a member of our team will be happy to help.
Recycling containers to suit your business
We offer containers for both segregated and combined waste and recyclables. Mixed containers are ideal for businesses that don’t have much outside space, and want to maximise their recycling. To save you time, we collect the containers and separate the waste from recyclable materials at our recovery facilities.
Our Dry Mixed Recycling service means that cardboard, paper, plastic bottles and containers, and aluminium cans can all be put into one bin.
The following are suitable for use as segregated or combined waste and recycling containers:
Glass can be separated from other recyclable materials, in our dedicated glass containers. If you produce high volumes of glass, we can provide bottle banks or skips and RORO containers.
We also offer a separate service for businesses that produce high volumes of food waste.
Please contact us for more information and advice on the recycling container that is suitable for you.
Materials that cannot be disposed of with any other waste or recyclables
The following materials are considered hazardous and must not be placed in your waste or recycling container:
If you handle these materials, please contact us and we will advise you on how to dispose of them.
Reuse and repair
Before recycling an item, consider if it could be reused or repaired. Could your item of clothing be repaired? Or perhaps a piece of furniture could be upcycled. Recycling items such as textiles, furniture and toys should be a last resort, so look for alternative options where you can.