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Changing Waste - Waste Transfer Station Howden

Changing Waste is a highly versatile organic waste transfer station located in Howden.

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Our Yorkshire based waste transfer station can receive and handle waste collection and recyclables for local authorities, food manufacturers and producers, waste management companies, waste brokers, commercial and household, local governments and distributors.

The site has the capacity to process 250,000 tonnes of organic material per year and operates a large fleet of vehicles ranging from tankers to bulk tippers which can carry out collections effectively from across the UK.

Our expert on site team has many years of experience within the food waste industry with dedicated personnel on hand to assist businesses with more complex waste management procedures such as the transportation, removal and safe disposal of oil and fats.

Benefits of Waste Transfer

For local authorities and commercial industries, our waste transfer station in Howden provides many production and environmental benefits including: -

  • A cost-effective solution to waste transportation
  • Reduces air pollution due to fewer vehicles utilising the roads
  • Improves waste disposal productivity as a result of transferring waste to larger and more efficient vehicles
  • BioteCH4 waste transfer station benefits the environment with anaerobic digestion, waste to energy solutions
  • As a regulated waste transfer and oil & fats disposal provider, our team will work with you to ensure all relevant procedures are adhered to and issue you with all the correct Waste Transfer Notices

We provide waste transfer and waste management solutions for several industries and can store and process various types of waste such as local authority and commercial waste, food waste, oils and fats and category 3 animal by-products.

If you have any questions about our waste transfer services, contact our expert team to discuss your waste requirements.

Spaldington
Howden
DN14 7NG

T. 01430 434985

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Lee Sanderson
Plant Manager
Lee Sanderson

T 01430 434985
E lee.sanderson@ch4mail.com
Neil Turton
Commercial Manager
Neil Turton

T 01430 434985
E neil.turton@ch4mail.com
The system BioteCH4 installed at the customer site not only reduced the amount of vehicle movements on the customer site, it increased route efficiency and we were able to reduce the near misses from one per week using the bulk tipper trailers to none using the new tanker system.
Managing Director
Local Generation are a brilliant company, we enjoy working for them and we use them for all of our food waste disposal.
Product Manager
The food waste pilot is proving to have been a great success. The scheme has achieved most of its original objectives. This will benefit the LWP, giving it greater confidence, based on real evidence that food waste collections in Lincolnshire would be accepted by the public and will deliver the overall levels of benefits identified.
Lincolnshire County Council

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