Food Waste Recycling For Business

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  • A short video from our friends at Biogen
  • Anaerobic digestion is the UK government approved method for handling food waste
  • Learn about the science behind food recycling
  • Discover what really happens to your food once it's been collected

How do we collect?

  • kerbside sacks

    Kerbside food recycling sack

    • For customers with little or no storage space
    • Easy-to-use plastic sacks for recycling your food waste
    • Supplied on a roll, and purchased upfront
    • Collections take place from the pavement outside your workplace
  • wheeled bins

    Wheeled bins

    • For larger producers of food waste, we provide specially designed wheeled bins
    • Full bins are exchanged for empty, clean bins at each collection
  • worktop caddy

    Worktop caddies

    • Small caddies can be kept on the worktop in your kitchen or tea station area
    • Keep the food waste contained, and your workplace looking its best
    • Lined with bio-sacks
    • Once full, the worktop caddy can be emptied into a larger caddy, kerbside sack or wheeled bin for collection
  • large caddy

    Larger caddies for food waste

    • Used to store full bio-sacks from smaller worktop caddies
    • Or can be lined themselves and filled directly with food waste
    • These caddies are emptied on collection
  • colour coded sacks

    Colour-coded liners

    • Help your cleaners recycle well
    • Sack colour matches wheeled bin

Case Studies

What happens to your food recycling

  • What happens to your food recycling step 1

    Food waste is generated at your business


  • What happens to your food recycling step 2

    We collect your food waste in wheeled bins


  • What happens to your food recycling step 3

    Our food truck will exchange your full bins for clean, freshly washed bins


  • What happens to your food recycling step 4

    Anaerobic Digestion (AD) is used to convert your food waste into biogas and liquid biofertiliser


  • What happens to your food recycling step 5

    The biogas is used to produce clean renewable electricity


  • What happens to your food recycling step 6

    Close the loop by buying back electricity from nPower


  • What happens to your food recycling step 7

    Biofertiliser is spread onto local farmland to help grow more food


How do we collaborate with you?

We've perfected our approach to working with our clients over the last 30 years to maximise their recycling rates

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