Waste Recycling

We offer a top-class recycling management service which is broken down into sections for effectiveness, such as PAPER, GLASS, PLASTIC & METAL Recycling ;we are in partnership with recycling companies solely for this purpose and this has greatly led to jobs creation, you may be wondering what is recycling;


Recycling means to reuse a material that would otherwise be considered waste. The popular meaning of ‘recycling’ in most developed countries has come to refer to the widespread collection and reuse of single-use beverage containers. These containers are collected and sorted into common groups so that the raw materials of the items can be used again (recycled). recycled include aluminum beverage cans, steel food and aerosol cans, HDPE and PET plastic bottles, glass bottles and jars, paperboard cartons, newspapers, magazines, and cardboard. Other types of plastic (e.g PVC) are also recyclable, although not as commonly collected. Not accounted for by most economic systems are the benefits to the environment of recycling these materials, compared with extracting virgin materials. It usually requires significantly less energy, water, and other resources to recycle materials than to produce new materials. For example, recycling 1000 kg of aluminum cans saves approximately 5000 kg of bauxite ore being mined and 95% of the energy required to refine it (source: ALCOA Australia).

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is the type of plastic labeled with the #1 code on or near the bottom of bottles and containers. It is commonly used as beverage bottles for carbonated soft drinks, bottled water, milk, juice, sports and energy drinks, jars, punnets, tubs and trays for food items, bottles for household, personal care and pharmaceutical products, and sheet and film for packaging etc