For many businesses, cardboard is a common form of waste and is a component that makes up practically all packaging waste. For companies utilising on-site manufacturing, it may be the first waste type that begins to build up during the average[…]
According to Wrap’s ‘Reducing your construction waste’ report, the UK construction industry uses 400 million tonnes of material every year. 25 million tonnes of that number goes straight to landfill. A vast proportion of that waste is able to be[…]
Business waste - while it’s an ever-present item and an ongoing byproduct of business processes - it’s never the first thing on people’s minds. This means that waste management processes are, more often than you’d think, not up to standard.
Commercial waste that goes to landfill now costs nearly £100 per tonne of waste, so it’s important to save money wherever you can. You can do this by reducing the amount of waste your company produces where possible but you can also achieve it by[…]
Every business is different and that means every waste management process will be unique, influenced by the specific business needs and circumstances that you currently operate with. No waste management is too difficult to plan. With the right[…]
Sustainability and being ‘green’ are important things to pursue in the modern business world. It’s a concept that’s becoming more and more popular for businesses and their customers, who want to buy from greener companies. 84% of businesses say they[…]
On April 1st 2020, the UK Landfill Tax was raised from £91.35/tonne to £94.15/tonne. It’s been steadily increasing for a number of years. This is the standard rate, with the rate for ‘inert’ waste (waste that is neither chemically or biologically[…]
Managing your business’ waste is important, but that doesn’t mean it should be difficult or time-consuming. Now, with BRA-IN, waste management doesn’t have to take unnecessary time, effort and planning.