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29th June 2017

How we’re ‘wasting’ no time in recycling onsite resource

We’re delighted to announce that we have signed a three-year deal with Wastecycle in a bid to reduce, reuse and recycle waste across our future work taking place throughout Nottinghamshire.

The contract, which will target 100% of waste created onsite recycled, marks a new collaborative partnership. Onsite waste will be handled efficiently and disposed of in the most environmentally-friendly way possible by Wastecycle to fully support our sustainability targets.

Our construction services team manager, Martin Saunders, commented,

“This long-term contract demonstrates our commitment to reducing and diverting waste from landfills. We will strive further to achieve our goal of providing safe, effective and good value waste management with the hierarchy of waste being considered in terms of best practice. Crucially, we’ll also change the way we report on our waste management, providing clear data analysis to enable us to continue to improve and adapt our handling of it.”

Wastecycle is the UK’s largest resource management and recycling company in the East Midlands, working with companies across the region to achieve greater efficiency by increasing recycling and decreasing carbon emissions. The company maintains a ‘zero waste to landfill’ commitment.

Paul Clements, commercial director at Wastecycle said,

“For us to be involved with a business that commits to the same aims and objectives as we do is fantastic – this demonstrates a pledge to deliver plans to create real waste solutions. We have a couple of long-term contracts but this one has a real chance to make a big difference. I’m particularly excited that we’re two Nottingham businesses working together to keep the ‘Nottinghamshire pound’ within Nottinghamshire whilst at the same time delivering value for money and quality of outcome.”

Here at Arc, we’re very excited to be at the start of such a collaboration as, together with Wastecycle, we’re set to make a real difference to the community we serve.

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