Waste Management: What Can You Recycle?

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Waste management is becoming more and more relevant as years go by. Our impact on the environment through improper disposal is starting to show. Climate change and pollution are a hot topic, and rightly so. It’s our responsibility to take care of our waste. We should recycle where possible, and above all else, use trusted waste management experts to look after not only us, but the environment too. R & C Skip Hire & Grab Hire are here to offer a fully licensed and responsible ethic when it comes to waste management.

How Waste Management Works

Waste management is broken down into recyclable and non-recyclable materials. It’s important that we do what we can to make that process easier. This can be done through awareness of what goes to landfill, and what can be recycled. By educating ourselves in this area we can dispose of our waste in its appropriate place, creating an efficient and environmentally conscious process.

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As a waste management business, we have a duty of care in relation to all waste we collect and dispose of. You can rest assured that anything we receive, or transport is stored, cared, and removed in the most Eco-friendly way possible.

What Can Be Recycled?

Recycling the following materials will help your waste management experts sort through your rubbish efficiently. By sending it through the appropriate avenues and ultimately contributing to the recycling of waste we can keep using.

Here are some common recyclable materials:

What Can’t be Recycled?

There are certain products that just cannot be recycled. We, as a society, are working on reducing waste that goes to landfill and recycling all materials. Through sustainable waste management we hope to one day create a full recyclable system

Unfortunately, there is still a lot of construction-based waste from demolition that involved materials which must go to landfill, these are:

It’s important to note that some of these non-recyclable products are hazardous and should be treated individually. Asbestos, for example, should never be handled by unlicensed individuals. In fact, they require a professional removal service which usually covers disposal as well.

Plasterboard is also not recyclable. It must be separated from all other waste. When the gypsum meets other general waste and moisture, it can create a toxic gas that is dangerous to public health.

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Get In Touch With R & C Skip Hire & Grab Hire For Management Of Your Waste

You’ll want to rely on a company which you can trust for waste management. At R & C Skip Hire & Grab Hire, responsible and sustainable waste disposal is our top priority. We can provide you with competent drivers and all the licensing required to ensure you not only get a prompt, efficient service, but also that your waste is handled within regulatory standards Get in touch with us today to discuss further details.


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