Kitchen Waste Management

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In every kitchen, there is waste that must be recycled, waste that can be hazardous and waste that must be stored in a certain way.

Every employer has a legal duty to manage the waste that their business produces suitably and sufficiently. Kitchen waste management is simple to implement and could save your business time, money and resources, whilst also benefiting the environment from eco-friendly recycling.

We can provide your catering and food business with a comprehensive kitchen waste disposal management system, to ensure that your business gains the benefits associated with being green.

What is kitchen waste?

Kitchens produce a variety of waste which will require different disposal methods, such as recycling for cardboard and glass and expert removal of knives and chemical waste. Some of the most common types of kitchen waste that we handle are as follows:

Our fully accredited waste management providers are qualified and experienced in implementing efficient kitchen waste management systems to any organisation which has a catering and kitchen facility.

Kitchen waste disposal

As commercial kitchens produce a variety of waste, it all requires different storage and disposal methods. Most of it is kitchen food waste, which has many regulations surrounding its storage and disposal – because raw meats, fish and eggs cannot be landfilled. Instead, anaerobic digestion is the preferred disposal method for kitchen food waste.

We’re committed to reducing the unnecessary waste of resources that end up going to landfill. This damages the environment and costs businesses thousands due to the increasing landfill tax. Recycling your food waste and other recyclable kitchen waste can save your business money and improve your environmental image.

How to dispose of kitchen waste

A few common examples of methods for the disposal of kitchen waste include:

  • Kitchen food waste – anaerobic digestion breaks down waste food to create biogas for generating renewable energy, and biofertiliser.
  • Oil waste – edible oil can be dewatered, filtered, and distilled to create eco-friendly biodiesel.
  • Liquid waste – dewatering, sedimentation, incineration, composting, and solidification are some liquid waste disposal methods.
  • Dry mixed recycling – clean and dry cardboard, paper, plastic, and some metals can be recycled into new materials.
  • General waste – incineration of general waste can convert it into refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to fossil fuels.

Commercial kitchen food waste bins

Kitchen Waste Bins, Collection and Recycling Services

We can help your business to implement a fully efficient and comprehensive kitchen waste management system. Our experts will provide your business with the specialist bins and containers that you require to store your waste. We can also collect and recycle your waste, providing you with the peace of mind that your kitchen waste is being disposed of in a safe and appropriate manner.

Our team of waste management providers are based strategically throughout the UK, ensuring that every kitchen and catering business has an expert waste service local to them.

For further information on how we can provide you with our kitchen waste management services, contact our team of professionals today for more advice. We aim to provide a comprehensive waste management service to all of our clients, so call us today for a free quote on 0800 211 83 90.

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