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Welcome to Transwaste Ltd
In 2002 Transwaste Recycling and Aggregates Ltd started trading from Hessle Dock, Livingston Road which is just to the west of Hull near the Humber Bridge. In May 2003 the company was granted a licence by the Environment Agency to start separating, treating, recycling and storing waste. In February 2008 the company moved to its present home on Gibson Lane at Melton. The site was a purpose built waste transfer station and over 300, 000 tonnes of waste is now handled through the facility, with only approximately 5% being landfilled. A second depot at Foster Street in Hull quickly followed as the company needed somewhere for its regular Hull based customers to use. Many waste streams are sorted and recycled at Melton including bricks, concrete, green waste, wood, plasterboard, plastic, cardboard and metal. Any residue is turned into either a Solid Recovered Fuel for heating cement kilns or a Refuse Derived Fuel for use in producing electricity in waste to energy plants.
Transwaste has 3 directors which are backed up by an excellent management team in accounts, sales and marketing, health and safety, production, maintenance and transport.
Boasting the 3 ISO awards 9001, 14001 and 18001 Transwaste are capable of supplying a wide range of waste management services to suit everything. The company has an impressive customer portfolio which ranges from Local Authorities, Government Organisation, many local different trades and industries, as well as the general public.
Opening an Account
To set up an account with Transwaste simply give us a call and we will send a sales executive to come and see you with all the relevant forms or we can email/send them in the post to your business. Once references have been checked and verified then your account will be up and running.
Each year the Chartered Institute of Waste Management publish the top 50 fastest growing waste and resource management companies. Last year Transwaste Recycling and Aggregates Ltd were featured for the first time at number 4, but this year they are number 1 in the country.
The waste and resources management industry is so fast that the Fast 30 has become the Fast 50!
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