We encourage our customers to recognise the value in materials they throw away and to recycle as much as possible.
By doing this, we can help organisations to reduce not only their environmental impact but also the cost of disposing of their waste. Here you’ll find examples of how.
Vector Aerospace is a global leader in aerospace maintenance, repairing and overhauling turbine engines, components, fixed and rotary-wing aircrafts. SUEZ recycling and recovery UK has provided waste and resource management services to Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services at their site in Fleetlands, Hampshire since September 2008.
Enabling continuous improvement through collaboration and education at AstraZeneca plant in Liverpool
AstraZeneca is a global pharmaceutical company with a major UK presence. Their purpose is to push the boundaries of science to deliver life-changing medicines. SUEZ recycling and recovery UK works with AstraZeneca at their manufacturing plant in Liverpool to map out and implement continuous improvements projects.
SUEZ works with CEMEX, a leading provider of cement and building materials, to produce an alternative fuel to power the kiln at its cement plant in Rugby, Warwickshire. The alternative fuel, called Climafuel®, is produced primarily from commercial and industrial waste.
According to UK Statistics on Waste, in 2012, half of the UK’s total waste was produced by the construction industry. Travis Perkins PLC distributes materials to the trade, construction and home improvement markets. It is important to them to use resources in an efficient way, ensuring that the waste they produce is disposed of responsibly.
SUEZ recycling and recovery UK has been working with Liverpool Guild of Students – the University of Liverpool’s students’ union, which was founded in 1889 and awarded NUS Students’ Union of the Year in 2016. Our partnership contributes to the ‘Green Guild’, a student-led department established to put students at the hub of sustainability initiatives across the University and the wider community.
SUEZ recycling and recovery UK identified that disposable coffee and tea cups made up a large proportion of the waste produced at the head office of a leading energy and petrochemical company, which resulted in frequent waste collections. By removing this substantial waste stream, we helped to reduce their costs.
SUEZ recycling and recovery UK has worked with a world-leading supplier of aircraft structures for five years.