Value from Waste

All that glitters is not gold, and not all that’s gold glitters” 

This observation, written by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 12th century, reminds us that value in material is not always obvious.

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, a rather more recent saying, is also a proven reality.

In line with the themes of gold and trash, one of the principles of sustainability is re-use rather than discard. This is not just altruistic, it’s good business practice to look for value in what’s left over. Increasingly, businesses are finding value in waste that’s currently being given away, or worse, paying to get taken away.
Our technical specialists are experienced in searching for, and finding, treasure in your waste streams. The team of experts in our network have found value in agricultural and industrial processing waste streams that have yielded new products with commercial returns, whilst reducing waste volume and disposal costs.

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