Retail (non-food) waste management.

Ready to gain an environmental edge? It’s more important than ever to manage waste and recycling in the Retail – Food sector.

Cost savings can be delivered through realising the rebate potential of your materials as you move up the waste hierarchy, or avoiding overweight charges!

At SWRnewstar, we’ll help you get the basics right as we work with you to manage your waste.

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Working with you.

We get out to your sites to see what’s actually happening day-to-day, engage with your teams, and facilitate change for your company.

The only way we can deliver the best solutions for you is by getting to grips with your estate and understanding it as well as you do (or at least the waste areas and recycling rates!). This way, you can be sure you have a solution that meets your needs.

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Looking at your waste with fresh eyes.

Waste is a valuable resource that can be used to benefit both your business and the environment.

It may not be something you’ve considered before, especially when looking at solutions for bulk materials. Bins, balers, and backhauling can all be part of your solution.

Case studies

"We met the customer’s goals of saving money and improving environmental credentials, reduced collections of compactors thereby improving their carbon footprint."

Retail (non-food) insights.

20 September 2019

YHA remove half a million plastic bottles from network

YHA were 1 of 5 successful applicants to the Waitrose & Partners and Hubbub plastic fund. Following a national campaign to identify the most exciting and innovative plastic reduction schemes YHA secured a share of the £1m fund. Half a million plastic bottles removed from network.

10 September 2019

Going ‘All In’ on the Resource and Waste Strategy

Responses to the first round of consultations on the Resource and Waste Strategy have been published, now it's crucial to maintain momentum to implement change. Which DRS system will be best? How will consistent recycling look? What will Extended Producer Responsibility cover?

26 June 2019

1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2019

SWRnewstar is recognised in the sixth edition of London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain

Specialist contact.

To find out more about how we can help your Retail (non-food) organisation, just give us a call on 0800 432 0550 or contact us online. Speak directly with a member of the Retail (non-food) organisation team.

David Coaton

David Coaton

Hospitality, Healthcare & Retail Corporate Sector Director

David has 8 years’ experience working with a range of customers to increase recycling rates, including managing an award winning solution at Edinburgh Airport. With his team, David works with national operators to drive change, ensure high quality service and provide excellent management information. Target focussed and results driven David is skilled at waste reduction.