Wanless, a leading player in the waste management industry, stands at the forefront of resource recovery and recycling solutions tailored specifically for the construction and demolition (C&D) sector. With a commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility, Wanless offers a comprehensive suite of services designed to minimise the environmental impact of C&D waste while maximising the recovery of valuable materials.
One of the key pillars of Wanless’s operations is its acceptance of clean C&D streams for recycling into road-base material. This process involves systematically sorting and processing construction and demolition waste to extract reusable materials, such as aggregates and metals, that can be utilised in the construction of road bases. By re-purposing these materials, Wanless not only contributes to the conservation of natural resources but also reduces the demand for virgin materials, subsequently mitigating the environmental strain associated with traditional road construction methods.
Moreover, Wanless goes a step further by accommodating mixed waste, employing advanced techniques to meticulously separate different components. This intricate process involves the removal of soil, aggregates, metal, timber, plastic and other materials, ensuring that each element is efficiently sorted for subsequent reuse. The commitment to handling mixed waste underscores Wanless’s dedication to maximising resource recovery, minimising waste sent to landfills and promoting a circular economy in the construction and demolition industry.
Wanless positions itself as a total integrated resource recovery business, embodying a holistic approach to waste management. By providing end-to-end solutions, from waste collection to material processing and reuse, the company streamlines the resource recovery process for its clients. This integrated model not only simplifies waste disposal for construction and demolition projects but also ensures that valuable materials are extracted, repurposed and diverted away from landfills.
The significance of Wanless’s approach lies not only in waste diversion but also in the added value it brings to the recyclable materials extracted during the recovery process. By adding value, Wanless contributes to the economic viability of recycling initiatives, making it an attractive and sustainable alternative to traditional waste disposal methods. This emphasis on value addition reflects Wanless’s commitment to creating a positive environmental and economic impact within the construction and demolition sector.
Wanless’s commitment to environmental responsibility and value addition sets a benchmark for the industry, paving the way for a more sustainable and circular approach to construction and demolition waste management.
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