B&M Waste Services works with a number of third party treatment facilities throughout the UK with the core aim of gaining the best possible recycling rates for our customers and maximizing diversion from landfill. These waste processing facilities include:
Refuse Derived Fuel
Anaerobic Digestion and Biofertiliser
Biomass and Wood Recycling
Your B&M representative will advise on the preferred waste treatment facility for your organisation. This decision will take your location and specific waste stream into account. As a carbon neutral (PAS 2060) business, we don’t believe that waste travels well and working with a network of partners gives us added flexibility for customers across the UK.
Adhering to the waste hierarchy, refuse derived fuel (RDF) facilities aim to recover every possible core material and transform it into a material fit for a secondary use, to achieve diversion from landfill. These modern and innovative processes segregate and separate to recover different products. The final stage is to treat material residue from waste, into a format where it can be used as RDF. This RDF can be used in place of traditional fuels for heat and power generation.
We work with a number of waste treatment plants for food waste. Many of these food waste facilities are members of the Renewable Energy Association's Biofertiliser Certification Scheme (BCS), or even hold PAS 110 Specification for whole digestate, separated liquor and separated fibre derived from the anaerobic digestion of source-segregated biodegradable materials.
We seek waste treatment opportunities for all waste streams. Working with a number of Wood Recycler’s Association member facilities, we can offer our customers cleaning and organic waste treatment services following the segregation of their wood, some of which can produce both WID and Non-WID compliant engineered bio-mass.
B&M continually looks to utilise the most current and innovative waste treatment technologies available to maximise opportunities for our customers. For more information please call 0808 100 2434.
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