Dry mixed recycling (DMR) is the part of the waste that can be recycled by most tipping sites.
DMR bins take paper and cardboard, clean soft plastics and cans.
Wilrose offer all the bin sizes for easy commercial recycling. DMR is the most common form of mixed recycling for business.
It may be better for commercial establishments to separate their waste by type to fully maximise the environmental benefits and cost savings available.
All dry mixed recycling should be put in clear plastic bags.
Empty Plastic bottles, Empty drinks bottles
Empty cleaning product bottles
Empty yoghurt pots and trays
Plastic Bags, Cling Film
Polystyrene packaging, black plastic trays
PAPER AND CARDBOARD
Newspapers and magazines, Catalogues and Brochures
Phone Directories, Envelopes and Mail
Cardboard, cereal boxes, cardboard boxes, toilet rolls tubes and eggboxes.
Juice / drinks cartons and tetra pak, Tissue paper and wallpaper
Food on cardboard such as pizza boxes
Shredded Paper, Wet paper or wet cardboard
TINS AND CANS
Empty metal food tins and drinks cans
Empty metal tins such as biscuit tins.
Juice / drinks cartons and tetra pak, Tinfoil
Metallic foil snack packs / crisp packets, Aerosol cans
Yes - the same size of DMR bins are cheaper than general waste bins. So it is cheaper to recycle than put everything in the main bin.
Wilrose also offers source separation bins - so you can put your glass in a separate bin and your food in a separate bin. Why? This saves you money!
Speak to us about how you can maximise your recycling rates and lower your costs.
020 8977 7008
Recycling bins are cheaper to empty than general waste bins. Mixed recycling is one option, but single stream recycling is even more economic if you have large waste outputs. You would receive a different bin for each waste type and pay a different rate for that material. Prices available - just call us.
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