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Why Use The WasteVyne?

Ken Davidson 0 130

With your internal teams focused upon the day to day running of the business, using an experienced external resource can actually save you money in the long run. The WasteVyne acts as a connection point to identify market opportunities within the industry and to bring them to fruition. Combining both sales & marketing expertise, we gain a deeper understanding of where you would like to be in the longer term, so that we can work with you to grow that business in the most profitable areas.  

 

What colour should I choose?

Differentiation in the waste sector

Ken Davidson 0 262

It’s fair to say that many businesses find it difficult to differentiate the service offered by commercial wheelie bin and skip operators.  Afterall a plastic container or an metal skip appear on face value to be very much the same, with price often the perceived as the only difference. 

But is it?

 

Targeting Waste Materials & Customer Accounts

Ken Davidson 0 261

You will be aware that a typical standard rules waste transfer permit has over 200 material codes. That’s a vast array of material types that could potentially be accepted by the same site! However, we’ve seen from experience that many facilities only use a handful of these codes and typically those common materials such as; plastic, metal, rubber, inert, organic and so on.

Plastics Market Situation

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The Plastics Market Situation Report is part of WRAP’s series of reports that provides in-depth information on the latest economic, market and regulatory trends affecting the capture and recycling of recovered plastics

Key themes to emerge from this report are:

  • Plastic arising
  • Plastics collections
  • UK domestic plastic recycling needs to increase to meet targets
  • Export markets close the door on poor quality plastic
  • UK Plastics Pact
  • Increased demand for recycled content
  • A global challenge
  • Greater awareness of the environmental impact of mismanaged waste plastic
  • Policy changes supporting positive change
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