- Office waste paper.
- Newspapers & Magazines.
- Plastic Bottles.
- Vending machine cups.
- Drink cans aluminium & Steel.
Complete Computer systems including printers and other obsolete machines can also be collected and recycled under a WEE scheme – although not undertaken by GHS Recycling, we work alongside a company that can offer you this service, which we highly recommend.
Waste Transfer Notes are issued to cover Duty of Care Regulations, and if required, a Recycling Audit, detailing weights of material collected, can be supplied. We supply waste recycling bins for use in the office and plastic bags for the bins.
There is a small quarterly service charge to cover provision of plastic bags and administration.
- Office recycling is the easiest scheme to involve everyone in.
- Do not start everything at once. It is best to have a gradual approach, starting small and working up to full recycling.
- Start with what you think will work best. The most obvious place is to start with paper. 70% of office waste is made up of paper. Most of which is high-grade white paper, the most sought after type for recycling.