Are you interested in paper recycling in Preston because you are an environmentally responsible citizen? You likely know that waste paper makes up more than 30% of the solid-waste in municipal waste-collection. It is one of the most recoverable products, and many companies are now reverting to limited paper usage or putting effective paper recycling processes in place. Many companies are now using digital storage methods for their archives. Unfortunately, there are still many instances where paper is being used, and not being recycled. If your company uses large amounts of paper and generates the same in waste paper, consider the services of Elsa Recycling.
For your business in Preston, paper recycling is a responsible thing to do. We offer a range of professional services, including document shredding. Our expert team takes care to recycle all the paper that we shred. After it has been shredded, the paper is recycled into other usable products. So, you are effectively destroyed confidential information, ensuring you are conscientious towards the environment, and playing a role in productive paper recycling. We are proud of our enviable reputation for providing tailored paper recycling solutions. Our expert team will collect your waste paper, sort and grade it, and then recycle it. We have many years of experience in the paper, cardboard and plastic waste recycling field and are happy to provide a paper recycling service that meets your company’s needs.
Look to our expert team for professional paper recycling in Preston for your business. We offer a free, no-obligation site visit to determine your company’s precise recycling needs. Once this is determined, we will work with you to design the perfect recycling solution. We are happy to provide our collection services, regardless of the amount of paper waste your business generates. If you would like more information about how we can assist you, contact Elsa Recycling today. We have established excellent relationships with The Road Haulage Association (RHA), The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and The Independent Waste Paper Processors Association (IWPPA).