Public Sector

health, education, 999 services, government departments, councils, etc.

The challenges for your sector

Several important challenges have to be met in this sector:

  • confidential information
  • public health & safety
  • hygiene regulations
  • up to 24/7 operations

The public sector tends to be subject to closer scrutiny by a wider range of internal and external stakeholders than most in the private sector.

Your operations will create huge amounts of waste and much of it will be paper and is likely to contain highly confidential information about individuals and your organisation itself.

As landfill and incineration charges continue to escalate, recycling can save you money.

We have over 20 years experience of working with the public sector. Most clients operate 24/7 and under demanding Data Protection legislation and challenging public health, safety and hygiene regulations.

Typical recycling requirements

  • Confidential waste
  • White paper
  • Mixed paper
  • Cardboard packaging
  • Food waste
  • Cooking oil
  • Drinks cans
  • Glass bottles
  • Plastic bottles
  • Plastic & polystyrene cups
  • Toners & mobiles
  • Computers & IT equipment
  • General waste
  • Clearances

How we can help you

Loop can ease the management of your waste with:

  • regularly timed pick-ups
  • recycling & waste containers
  • on-site recycling equipment
  • segregation of materials

Let us take the stress out of the whole business of removing your waste. If you are planning a new service and/or location or wish to review your existing waste and recycling arrangements, it's never too early to contact us. You can be assured of a knowledgeable and helpful response.

You will find that our team of specialists has a good understanding of the practical issues - particularly segregation of materials - and can offer you help with many of the solutions.

We will look carefully at the frequency and timing of collections – a key issue for hospitals, 999 services and others that operate 24/7 and/or generate waste with the potential to create pollution, odour or infestation.

To encourage your staff and the public to segregate waste at the point of disposal - saving you time and money - we can lease or sell you a range of waste containers or recycling bins. We might even suggest installing on-site recycling equipment, e.g. compactors. Importantly, confidential waste is removed in lockable containers and shredded on the day of collection.

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