Recycling Your Waste

When you hire one of our skips, we take the waste to our local fully licensed recycling centre to be recycled. In fact, in 2015, we recycled 89.9% of the waste we received at our recycling facility. So, why do we invest so much into ensuring that much of your waste is recycled?

Landfill is not the Answer

Landfills are an unpleasant part of modern society as we throw away more and more every year, adding to the top of the pile of unwanted food, electronics, plastics and pretty much anything else that people are willing to throw in the bin.

With ever growing landfills, this option is just not viable anymore. Simply put, we are running out of space!

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Good for the Economy

The production of recycled goods uses less energy, meaning that the economy benefits. Recycling has also become an industry of its own, creating many new jobs that wouldn’t exist without a greater demand for recycled products as well as recycled resources to create these products in the first place.

Planning for the Future

We all know that excessive waste is bad for the environment. Not only do non-degradable products find their way into nature where they can cause an awful lot of damage, the production of new products uses a huge amount of energy. This use of energy can be decreased when products are recycled, improving pollution levels and helping to conserve the planet for future generations.

At AE Faulks, we are committed to recycling the waste you place into our skips. You can choose the ‘green’ option when you choose us and be confident in the knowledge that we will do all that we can to avoid excess landfill waste.

If you would like to find out more about our services and how you can hire a skip or even a road sweeper or tipper, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our friendly team. You can call us on 01664 822797 or email us and we will be more than happy to help.

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