What is Zero To Landfill?
Zero to Landfill is a waste management philosophy which uses a set of strategies based on the waste hierarchy. The Zero to Landfill system is designed to capture as much of the resource in the waste as possible.
It is estimated that in England alone, we generate approximately 177 million tonnes of waste every year. A poor use of resources which costs businesses and households millions every year.
How To Follow The Zero To Landfill Philosophy
At Recycling Services we view your waste as a resource and so consider Zero To Landfill systems as a viable economic alternative to traditional waste handling and disposal methods.
Achieving this target in your business is a big goal, no matter your size. That is why we work with you to develop an effective strategy that works for your company and the people who work for it.
To achieve Zero to Landfill you will need to follow the waste hierarchy. This 5 step process places waste principles in a deliberate order that benefits both your business and the environment.
What Are The Benefits Of Zero To Landfill?
The benefits you could achieve from implementing a zero to landfill strategy include:
- Cost savings which continue to increase as time passes
- Meeting legal requirements of Waste Regulations
- Positive public relations
- Improved environmental performance
- Competitive advantage over others in your industry who are not zero to landfill
How Can Recycling Services Help You Achieve Zero To Landfill?
At Recycling Services we are the perfect partner to help you towards your Zero To Landfill goals. We will design practical waste solutions to meet your company’s corporate and social responsibilities and help to create a waste and recycling culture where disposal is the very last resort.
Because we view your waste as a resource, we will implement and utilise efficient waste management and recycling systems as part of a comprehensive solution for all waste types.
To find out how we can help your business meets its waste and recycling goals call our experts today on 01952 204471 or email firstname.lastname@example.org