Waste to energy
Waste to fuel, also known as energy from waste, is the process of generating fuel or energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from the incineration of waste.
We are a leading supplier of feedstock to energy from waste plants, helping to divert commercial, industrial, construction and demolition waste from landfill and converting it into useable fuel sources.
We will work with you to divert your waste from landfill by sending your waste to a UK recovery facility or exporting waste directly from your premises to overseas facilities. Working with Clarity to divert waste from landfill, you will have access to our expanding network of UK RDF and SRF outlets and/or our full European supply chain solution.
We have an expansive network of outlets for refuse derived fuel (RDF), solid recovered fuel (SRF) and grade C wood, and can guarantee fast and safe transportation of the material to energy from waste facilities, both in the UK and also across Europe.
Our industry experience and robust relationships with material reprocessors, transport providers and energy from waste facilities (Efw) means our customers benefit from a reliable service, that delivers strong savings. We also take care of all environmental requirements, such as the Transfrontier Shipment of Waste Notification (TFS) and Financial Guarantees, a process which can be time consuming and daunting for some.
Our waste to energy services include:
- Fast, cost-effective transportation of material to UK or overseas facilities.
- Delivery of feedstock to energy recovery plants in the UK and Europe.
- Financial guarantees for the Environment Agency.
- Transfrontier shipment documents (TFS) for exports.
- Honest, reliable and cost-effective solutions.
We are proud of our ethical foundations and provide an honest solution that you can trust. We also understand that one solution does not suit all businesses and we have the ability to tailor our services to the requirements of individual customers.
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