Regain Polymers reward W2R with 2 year Total Waste Management contract extension
Waste2Resource (W2R) began working with Regain Polymers in December 2012 with the remit of reducing waste disposal costs and improving recycling.
REGAIN Polymers is one of the UK’s leading plastic recycling companies with a production capability of 50,000 tonnes of compound per year. With a proven high level of technical competence, REGAIN Polymers recycles a wide range of rigid plastics, resulting in highly specified recycled compounds and cost effective products which are in turn supplied to global markets.
As a direct result of expert advice, W2R has delivered significant improvements in site waste management practices and cost reduction. Key contract achievements include:
- Introduction of site wide recycling and waste management system
- 26% reduction in waste spend for 2013
- 74% reduction in dry waste volumes
- 240 waste vehicle movements saved each year
- Increased revenues for recycled materials
- Waste Contractor rationalisation and management
W2R Director, Chris Farmer commented:
‘The improvements we have achieved at Regain exceeded our expectations and we are delighted that our efforts have been acknowledged through a 2 year extension to our Contract.”
Paul Fawcett, HSQE Manager at Regain commented:
“Waste 2 Resource are fully engaged to understand our business process, to subsequently scope out, develop and deliver on our exact requirements. Overall we are impressed with their professionalism and their degree of engagement to ensure continued successful reductions of waste management costs. As a recycling company, our aim is to reduce, recycle, and divert as much waste as possible away from landfill. This has been achieved by W2R in a very efficient manner.”
Waste2Resource looks forward to continuing to work in synergy with Regain for the foreseeable future.