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B&M Waste Services have been a national company for over 10 years now. Our flexible account managed service means we work closely with our customers to take the hassle out of your bespoke service, whether that be segregation, staff training, collection, recycling/recovery, waste containers and waste compliance. What’s more, as a family run company, our ethos to go the extra mile.
Not a problem, your dedicated B&M contact will work with you to help every step of the way. We will inform your current provider and manage the changeover process.
Our national Key Account Managers will work with you to establish management reporting systems, including jointly prepared KPIS
We offer regular environmental reports, to provide detail on the recovery rates your organisation achieves. They also pictorially illustrate how much carbon your organisation has saved by diverting waste from landfill, and are endorsed by Carbon Footprint Limited.
We will conduct a free site audit and use this to advise you on a tailored waste service for your national company. Our nationwide network means we are not tied to one waste collection provider or processing facility, offering the very best scope of service for you.
Our work with existing national clients across the UK means we know how important it is to provide a quality service. Our quality is assured by the attainment of ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environmental) and OHSAS 18001 (Health & Safety) accreditations. This gives our customers confidence in our systems and procedures.
We believe in setting an example with our own environmental performance and we have been working to off-set our carbon footprint and monitor carbon off-setting from our customers diverting waste from landfill. Our commitment to this encourages our customers to strengthen their own environmental approach.
As a result of our Carbon Management programme, national company B&M Waste Services has been awarded, and maintained since 2011, the Carbon Neutral Status PAS 2060.
B&M commenced operations at the Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester TCC’s in December 2011 and a programme was initiated based on maximising the recycling performance across all sites. The potential for source segregation was evaluated but dismissed for several reasons; these included limited storage space within depots, time constraints and staff availability. A system of special bins was deployed to support the existing waste management arrangements, designed to contain all engineering wastes produced.
On-site recycling coordinators segregate specific materials based on their composition and value: where possible, recyclates were dispatched to a licensed retailer or sent for further processing at a designated recovery facility. The residual waste is used to produce a RDF product used in the energy generation sector. This has delivered a diversion from landfill figure in excess of 91%, helping to reduce operating costs and Alstom’s carbon footprint.