What is Dry Mixed Recycling?
Dry Mixed Recycling (commonly known as Co-mingled Recycling) is an innovative solution that gives businesses the ability to embrace recycling without needing a separate container for each waste stream.
Paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, drinks cans and food tins can all be mixed into one single container, with the time-consuming sorting process being conducted off-site at an automated Materials Recovery Facility (MRF).
This method of recycling gives impressive results, and will also cost you less than you are currently paying to have your general waste landfilled. As landfill tax rises with the advent of each government budget, your business will continue to save more money year on year through good recycling practice.
Recyclable Waste Includes:
- Drinks Cans
- Plastic Bottles
- Food Tins
ALICE McCourt MANAGING DIRECTOR, HORNSBY FURNISHINGS“My company takes deliveries of material on palettes, so we produce large quantities of packaging waste. The CheaperWaste service enables us to separate this out into individual waste streams, meaning everything we dispose of is recycled responsibly – I highly recommend them.”
When you chose our Recycling Service we will provide you with a bin and empty it for you on a pre-agreed schedule of service.
This bin will be used for what is known as ‘dry mixed recyclables’, i.e plastics, cardboard, paper, drinks cans and food tins.
Setting up an account with us is very quick and easy – it takes minutes and can all be done by telephone and email.
We can have your bin delivered within 10 days.
Please call us now on 03301 242 535 (local rate call) if you have any questions.
External Recycling Containers
For external use, we provide 240, 360, 660 and 1100 litre wheeled containers. Most commonly, the 1100 litre container is selected and paired up with an 1100 litre trade waste container. For high volumes we can also provide skips and ‘roll on roll off’ solutions.
Once a range of containers have been matched to your requirements, a regular collection schedule will be agreed. Should the level of your waste increase you may either request additional containers or increase the collection frequency.