Total Waste Management Services
Total Waste Management
Procuring waste management services for engineering and manufacturing has become an increasingly complex and costly area.
The market is heaving with companies telling you how they can manage your waste for you. But the reality is this is a highly specialised and regulated area requiring experience, skill and organisational excellence.
When Waste Efficiency takes control of your waste you are confident of a proven track record of results delivery. From defence and aerospace, to major automotive and technology engineering companies. We have the experience – as well as the qualifications – to provide exactly what you need in waste management.
Pedigree and experience
Waste Efficiency’s approach is to take complete control of your waste including the provision of all waste and recycling services, on-site staff, recycling machinery and all compliance. We specialise in delivering ultra low and zero landfill solutions.
We see total waste management as a partnership with our clients. This partnership takes care of all aspects of the day to day waste management operation, including the supply of qualified on-site staff, a full machine management service and delivery of staff training programmes.
In addition, we deliver the ongoing strategic support to tackle landfill and carbon reduction, supporting your carbon reduction commitment.
In addition to our tailored monthly reporting service we can even deliver monthly reporting on the carbon footprint of the service delivered.
Ask yourself these questions:
Is your waste skip always full before it is emptied?
Has the price you pay gone up by more than 10% in the last year?
Are you receiving a rebate for your recyclable materials? If so does it get paid on time and in full?
Do you know exactly where your last consignment of hazardous waste was processed? Do you have a full set of consignment notes for it?
If you produce scrap metal does the price you receive go up and down on a monthly basis?
Does your waste get collected when it should be?