Award-winning national independent waste managers, CSG, will be promoting its range of waste management services at Southern Manufacturing 2017. The firm points out that the recent rise in the Landfill Tax is just one example of how taxation and a raft of new regulations are being used by government as a means to incentivise the recycling and reuse of industrial materials. Waste creation remains one of industry’s top environmental impacts, and the pressure is on to handle industrial by-products more sustainably than in the past.
Specialist waste management company CSG is playing a vital role by developing innovative technologies designed to boost its customers’ recycling and resource recovery rates rather than concentrating on mere disposal. CSG says it acts as a ‘green partner’ to its customers by providing them with a customised programme of waste management measures designed to minimise adverse environmental impact and achieve compliance with all legislation.
CSG technical experts will be on hand at the event to explain its Total Waste Management (TWM) programmes, helping companies to preserve valuable raw materials by recovering and recycling as much as possible in order to divert waste from increasingly expensive landfill, save operational costs, boost sustainability and ensure compliance with waste management regulations.
Also highlighted will be CSG’s impressive the technical capabilities to transport, treat, recover or recycle a huge range of industrial by-products. One example is the company’s waste lubricating oil collection specialist, Oil Monster, whose customers include independent garages, commercial vehicle repair firms, scrap yards, and rail and aviation servicing facilities as well as national companies like K’archer and Newsprint International. The waste oil collected from these sites is refined into Processed Fuel Oil which can be used to fire burners in power stations, boilers, lime kilns and other industrial processes.
Find out more on the CSG stand T73 or visit www.csg.co.uk for more information