Thanks to our hands on approach to integrated waste management, we will be able to reduce your waste, pinpoint your recycling opportunities and maximise your resources throughout your business operations.

RTS Integrated Waste Services

Our team of waste management specialists understand that no two businesses are ever the same. We provide a tailored waste service, optimising our services to meet your business’ unique waste management needs.

The Advantages Of An Integrated Waste Management Service

1. The Potential For Significant Cost Savings

Your business is our business, so we work hard to pioneer new ways to optimise your resources and maximise your returns. Simply put, choosing to integrate your waste management services with RTS could provide your business with significant cost savings.

However, in addition to reducing the costs associated with the management of your waste, such as gate fees, our hands-on and integrated approach to waste management will work hard to find ways to turn your waste into
revenue generators. For example, one of our clients who operates within the construction industry reported a cost saving of £50k.

2. Boost The Environmental Friendliness Of Your Business

Every morning lots of people arrive at the office for work and enjoy a cup of coffee, but did you know that 60% of the 124 known coffee species are on the edge of extinction? Another worrying fact about the world’s coffee is that 28% wild coffee species grow outside of protected areas and only around half of this number are preserved in seed banks. [Source BBC]

However, by switching to an integrated waste management process, your business can reduce your negative impacts on the environment and do your part to help the planet that billions of us call home.

The importance of fighting climate change and doing our part isn’t restricted to issues in other countries or migrating animals in arctic environments. Climate change has the potential to unleash serious negative
impacts on the United Kingdom, with the potential for catastrophic damage. For example, one potential outcome of climate change in an increased risk of flooding in both inland and coastal areas.

If you would like to learn more information about our commitment to the environment, please read our Environmental Policy. You can find a link to this document on our Licences, Certificates, and Accreditations page.

3. Ensure Regularity Compliance

There are numerous different pieces of legislation that govern the disposal of waste, some of which originate from European Law. So with the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, it’s essential that your business disposes of waste correctly.

Remember, any business that generates waste is responsible for its disposal. Last year the Environment Secretary Michael Gove launched a review into organised waste crime. This highlighted the importance of checking the credentials of any waste firms your business works with. Waste crime such as illegal waste dumps and fly-tipping harms local communities, the environment, and it costs the economy a large amount of money; even the Home Office has issues a warning regarding people “being conned into placing contracts with dodgy waste firms” as illegitimate waste organisations can sometimes operate as a cover for other illegal activities include but not limited to theft, fraud, and drugs.

So in order to make sure that your business disposes of your waste in a responsible and legally compliant manner, you need to check if a waste management business is registered, which can be done using the Environment Agency website. For example, if you search for RTS Waste Management, you will be able to verify that we are a registered Carrier, Broker, Dealer – Upper Tier.

Learn More On Our Blog

The world of waste management and recycling is constantly changing, so if you want to keep up to date with everything waste management, you can learn more information by visiting the RTS Waste Management blog. It’s filled with lots of news and helpful tips such as a list of items that you should never dispose of using skip hire and an explanation of The Waste Hierarchy.

Professional And Reliable Services With Competitive Rates And No Hidden Charges

As a leading provider of total waste management solutions, if you choose to dispose of your business’ waste with RTS, you can enjoy peace of mind in the knowledge that we will uphold all legal compliance and aspire toward
continuous improvement.

Our account managers provide a single point of contact and our regular site meetings keep you up to date regarding agreed KPI’s. Also, thanks to our online portal you can enjoy paperless tickets and access to your services,
booking, and recycling reports. You’ll also be able to schedule collections using the online portal.

Get In Touch With The RTS Waste Management Team

If you would like more information regarding the waste management services that are available or how we can help your company achieve zero to landfill, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of staff by calling 0207 232 1711.

Additionally, clients can also contact our team by email:

Commercial clients interested in our waste management services are advised to email our Commercial Business Development Director, Harry Sirpal – Harrys@rtswaste.co.uk.

Construction clients who would like to discuss waste disposal are advised to send an email to James Redmond, who is our sales director for construction clients – jamesr@rtswaste.co.uk.