Monthly Archives: November 2019

Support Cawleys’ Sleep Out for Centrepoint

On the night of 21st November three members of our sales team, myself (Dan Tebay), Imran Noorbhai and Katie Darvill will be trading our warm beds for a sleeping bag in winter temperatures in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We'll be doing this all in the name of raising funds for Centrepoint, a charity that works…
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The New Environment Bill

At the end of last month, the UK’s Environment Bill moved one step closer to becoming law. A second reading by MPs involved a debate to move it onto committee stage and the various steps that follow to commit the bill to law. The bill’s objective is to address some of the most significant environmental…
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Make this Christmas an eco-friendly one

Avoid a winter wasteland by making Christmas 2019 an eco-friendly one. It may only be mid November, but let’s face it, Christmas has a nasty habit of creeping up FAST!  So, this year why not be more prepared and take a more mindful approach to the festive season. Ok, so we understand there’s lots to…
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Cawleys Christmas & New Year Collection and Operating Hours 2019

With the festive season approaching, we would like to let you know about Christmas and New Year operating changes so that you can plan your waste collection requirements. Dependent on the type of service you receive, collections and operating hours may differ so please ensure that you read the following carefully as it may affect…
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Commodity Prices

Long before recycling became common place for all manner of waste items, there was one classification of material that was known for its second life potential. That material was paper. For decades, paper, card and other variations of fibrous waste material have been viewed as perfect for recycling. Not only is it relatively easy to…
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New exit routes for our RDF

The acronym RDF refers to ‘refuse derived fuel’ and at Cawleys our focus on sustainable waste management means that RDF plays and important role in helping us dispose of excess waste that isn’t suitable for recycling. Historically our RDF exit routes have been focused on markets in Northern Europe, however, various developments have led us…
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