Cardboard Recycling Case Study One of our most recent customers included a leading pet food supplier who was generating a large quantity of redundant cardboard boxes and sleeves. These waste materials were surplus to requirement, meaning that they were struggling to save valuable warehouse space due to piles of the material filling up areas. As Plastic Expert have vast experience with recycling cardboard waste, the business came to us looking for a sustainable waste management service to collect, clear and recycle all of the materials.
How We Helped With our quick and flexible service, the waste collection was booked within a couple of days from the customer making the enquiry. The collection was completed by the use of an artic curtain sider lorry free of charge, meaning that the curtains could be drawn back easily for speedy and efficient loading. This meant that we limited our time spent at the business, causing minimal disruption and clearing their warehouse space for them quickly. All of the boxes and sleeves were flat packed and contained on pallets, meaning we were able to forklift these pallets onto the lorry.
Recycling Reports and Documentation A full recycling documentation can be provided on all collections. The report consists of all legal documentation; including the weight of the materials and data for customers to understand the collection and recycling procedure. These documents can then provide our clients with evidence on the environmentally-friendly recycling methods we use, and allow them to realise the great benefits of using our waste management services.
Cardboard Waste Collected
Environmental and Cost Benefits Plastic Expert provided a cost-effective service saving huge costs, but also an efficient, hassle-free full waste management service from collections through to recycling. Our leading waste management business saved the customer time looking into disposal options and the steep costs that occur through this method. By using Plastic Expert’s recycling service, we could assure them that they were limiting their carbon footprint, diverting waste from landfills and contributing to a sustainable future.