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The Future is Total Waste Management

04 October 2011

Cleansing Service Group is exhibiting at the TWM show and will be on hand to discuss ways to increase recycling rates and reduce waste going to landfill. The TWM show is taking place at Olympia, London, on 11-12 October

One of the UK waste industry’s fastest growing companies, Cleansing Service Group (CSG) is continuing to play a pioneering role in the development of new technologies and processes aimed at keeping waste out of landfill by recovering and recycling as much as possible of the waste it collects.

This expertise will be illustrated on Stand D31, Grand Hall, at the Total Workplace Management Exhibition (London Olympia 11-12 October 2011) where experts will be on hand to discuss how the company is helping customers reduce the volume of waste going to landfill and, in many instances, save money, by providing a Total Waste Management (TWM) service.

Mike Wilson, CSG’s group business development manager said: “We are increasingly finding customers want us to provide a TWM service to ensure full compliance with the growing list of rules and regulations governing waste disposal, and to gain maximum benefit from any possible reductions in disposal costs.

“Helping to preserve the environment also plays an important role in the decision of many businesses to embrace TWM.”

The TWM service provided by CSG is carried out with the environment as a priority and staff on the Stand will be pleased to show how the company’s development programmes are steadily increasing the amount of both hazardous and non-hazardous waste that can be recycled.

CSG experts will also be available to discuss the effect of the additional revisions to the waste framework directive.

In the Innovation Showcase zone at 11 am on the Wednesday the company will be giving a talk on how ‘Waste Partnerships’ between businesses and waste management companies can help reduce waste disposal costs and increase recycling rates


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