Reduce the amount of general waste you produce and increase recycling rates by separating out your food waste for recycling.
Adding a food waste collection doesn’t have to increase your costs. It could actually save you money by reducing the weight in your other bins, while supporting you in your goal of zero waste to landfill.
We offer food waste recycling collections to restaurants, hotels and all other food producing businesses to complement your existing waste services. We’ll provide you with a free internal food caddy and can supply compostable bin liners to reduce mess and prevent vermin, giving you peace of mind.
Your food waste will be collected by our dedicated team and used to generate green energy via anaerobic digestion, greatly reducing your carbon footprint.
EXISTING CUSTOMERS CAN SAVE UP TO 20% ON FOOD WASTE COLLECTIONS, WHEN TAKEN ALONGSIDE AN EXISTING SERVICE.
41% of the waste from pubs, restaurants, hotels and quick service restaurants is food waste (Source: WRAP)
Throwing away unwanted food adds unnecessary costs, to your business and to the environment. A weekly collection of 100kg food waste produces enough energy to power 24 televisions.
What can I put into my food waste bin?
– All uneaten food and plate scrapings
– Fruit and vegetables peelings
– Mouldy food
– Raw and cooked meat
– Raw and cooked fish
– Tea bags
– Coffee grounds
Please avoid putting packaging, plastic and liquids into your food waste bin.
How is energy produced from my food waste?
Food waste is treated using a process called Anaerobic Digestion (AD) which speeds up the natural breakdown of food inside a large sealed tank. This process emits a methane-rich gas which is captured and used to generate electricity.
What if my businesses produces lots of food waste?
If you produce large quantities of food waste, we can also offer equipment to reduce the volume.
Whatever your requirement we can help. And through separating your food waste you can often reduce your general waste collection costs, as well as reduce your environmental impact through ensuring all your food waste is recycled.