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PPE Recycling


Making Sustainability Accessible


Many of our customers are setting ambitious targets to become more sustainable. To help them on this journey, we offer the secure disposal and recycling of many different products. Not only does this protect your brand, but it also improves your overall carbon footprint.


This process couldn't be easier and can be completed in just 3 steps:


#1 Collection


All material can be collected from your premises in small or large quantities to suit your needs. 


#2 Shredding


The materials are destroyed using ashredding process in a secure location to ensure there is no re-use of PPE. 


#3 Disposal


It is then used as Energy from Waste (EfW) and converted to Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) to generate power, resulting in zero landfill. 


A certificate of destruction is issued alon with recycling eights and figures for each collection, ensuring you can proved that it is destroyed and recycled. 



The products that we can collect for recycling include:

Products that we collect for recycling:



1. We use our own transport to collect the products from your sites. Our vans go back to Service Centres virtually empty so a great use of our existing spare capacity.

2. Call your local Greenham Service Centre to discuss this cost effective service.


Solid Recovered Fuel and the circular economy

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The circular economy is a collaboration between the manufacturing and service sectors for the collective benefit of the economy and environment.

Within the circular economy, the role of waste management is to collect, treat and return secondary resources and recovered energy back into the cycle of production and consumption.

Producing solid recovered fuel demonstrates the circular economy in action.

We process residual waste to produce a fuel that can be used in manufacturing as a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. This reduces the need for primary resources, such as coal, and ensures waste is put to good use as a secondary resource.

You can see how the Solid Recovered Fuel process feeds into the circular economy diagram below:

PPE Recycling