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
  • pedal

    Pedal bin caddies

    • Great for the hospitality sector and offices with larger kitchens or canteens
    • Pedal-operated lid is convenient and hygienic
    • These caddies can be lined with kerbside food sacks which are collected from the pavement
    • Or with bio-sacks which can be emptied into a wheeled bin for 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

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  • What happens to your food recycling step 2

    We collect your food waste in wheeled bins

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  • What happens to your food recycling step 3

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

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  • What happens to your food recycling step 4

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

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  • What happens to your food recycling step 5

    The biogas is used to produce clean renewable electricity

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  • What happens to your food recycling step 6

    Close the loop by buying back electricity from nPower

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  • What happens to your food recycling step 7

    Biofertiliser is spread onto farmland to help grow more food

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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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