WMF has been at the forefront of the drive to increase recycling rates for many years. We have even developed our own solution to ensure our clients can recycle as much of their waste as is possible.
Our commitment includes the use of our proprietary 6Rs system. This system provides a clear six-point plan to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover, Reclaim and Remove waste effectively, and sustainably.
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Use fewer materials in the design and the manufacturing process, while keeping up to date with the latest industry developments. These developments are designed to reduce waste, from pre-build and throughout the entire life of the project.
A challenge to the management team to best identify the components of each build which can be reused, repaired, refurbished or re-implemented as spares both reducing waste and increasing revenues from what was previously considered waste.
Actively encourage the company to discover if and how waste can be turned in to new substances or products. We’ll help you identify the cost benefits and how these methods can be used to help reduce the company’s environmental footprint.
Consider how raw materials and energy can be recovered from waste. Whether food waste from canteens being sent off for anaerobic digestion, or waste being incinerated with energy recovery through to energy-producing gasification and pyrolysis.
Embrace the opportunity to reclaim material what would normally be considered waste. Strong demand exists for reclaimed materials from handmade bricks to oak panels, pine floors and sanitary ware, producing new revenues while cutting waste.
When every opportunity has been exhausted, waste may still need to be removed from site. All waste must still be removed responsibly, and by identifying suitable destinations, the overall carbon footprint for its removal can be reduced.
Follow our six simple steps to fulfil your obligation to the 'Government Waste Hierarchy' while realising cost savings and developing better environmental processes