Our team of experts can set up the infrastructure for on-site segregation, collection, storage of materials, as well as providing off-site services.
Clients are advised on the best practices specifically relating to recycling and minimisation of waste. This is supported by a range of education and awareness initiatives.
The Waste Group offers an on-site waste and recycling service staffed with our personnel to split wet and dry (recyclable) waste. This translates into low labour costs and a high recovery rate. The total waste management cost is lower as the recycling and splitting of products are mostly done at our Material Recovery Facilities (MRF’s).
No matter what type of waste is generated; The Waste Group can help commercial clients like shopping malls, restaurants and residential estates with al recycling needs.
We offer an on-site waste and recycling service where our staff is tasked with splitting waste between wet (mainly food waste) and dry (recyclables). This offers a system with low labour costs and high recovery rate.
Recycling programs at educational institutions are usually designed around voluntary participation by students. Incentives like rebates, prizes and competitions are used to drive these awareness projects.
The Waste Group supplies recycling solutions for large sports events, exhibits and shows. This can include cleaning services like litter picking. The total cost of waste can be drastically lowered if waste is split by providing correct recycling containers.
We accept most recyclables products at these centres. Clients can deliver the waste to be weighed and paid for. Currently, the centres are located at Bon Accord, the Mooiplaats Landfill site and at the Chloorkop Processing Plant.
Available for regular or once-off collection of bulk recyclables.
The Waste Group has a state-of-the-art recycling processing plant for the processing and baling of recyclable products in Gauteng at Bon accord in Pretoria North. The Plant was opened in 2014 and we by then already knew the need for recycling in our Province as landfill space is deteriorating by the day.