Dry Mixed Recycling Bristol
Our team in Bristol can assist you with all your dry mixed recycling needs. Simply call us today for a free, no-obligation quote on our services.
No space to put away individual containers for your recyclable materials? Our dry mixed recycling (co-mingled) system may be precisely what you are looking for.
Dry mixed recycling (generally referred to as Co-mingled Recycling) is an innovative alternative that gives schools, colleges and also the business community the capability to recycle most of their general waste flows without needing a separate container for every waste stream. Paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, drinks cans and food tins can all really be mixed together in a single container as the time-consuming sorting process is conducted off site for an automated Materials Recovery Facility.
This method of recycling gives impressive results and will also cost you less than you are paying to get your general waste landfilled. As landfill tax climbs you’ll continue to save more money year on year.
For internal use, we can provide your company using a variety of containers to match your demands. All our containers are clearly labelled with the full list of recycling materials that our co-mingled recycling service can take. We can also create bespoke recycling stations, posters and container labels to help encourage mixed recycling consciousness.
For outside use, we provide 240, 360, 660 and 1100 litre wheeled containers. Mostly, the 1100 litre container is chosen and coupled up with an 1100 litre trade waste container.
For companies that are not able to website a container but who would like to recycle, we offer prepaid recycling sacks as a practical option. It is also possible to use this bag to recycle one of the waste flows e.g. only paper and cardboard. Our sacks are industrial strength and sold in boxes of 100.
Once a range of containers are matched to your requirements, a regular set schedule will be agreed. Should the degree of your waste increase you may either request additional containers or increase the collection frequency