Construction and demolition sites and even gardens can be filled with different types of wood waste, mostly wood waste. Research shows that most wood wastes get disposed of with other types of waste because disposing of wood waste correctly requires resources and time.
Disposing of wood waste with other waste is an ineffective waste management strategy and not environmentally friendly. However, you can contact Waste Removal Islington to offer you a convenient and environmentally friendly option to manage your wood waste disposal needs.
Our wood waste recycling and disposal service ensures proper and timely wood waste removal without stress. We also tailor our services to meet the specific needs of our clients.
Waste Removal Islington provides professional wood waste removal and disposal services in Islington. Our well-trained and professional staff are experts in managing wood waste. We take the necessary steps to protect the environment while carefully removing all wood waste on your property.
Our experts are efficient and careful, making the wood waste as easy as possible. At Waste Removal Islington, we collect and dispose of wood professionally, efficiently and in an eco-friendly manner.
We can carry up to 40 yards of waste and collect your wood waste regularly. We collect both small and large amounts of waste. Two main types of wood waste are available. The grade A waste can be 100% recyclable, and grade B/C, wood previously used, such as sheds, furniture and fencing wood.
Telegraph poles and railway sleepers are classified as hazardous waste and require a different disposal route, usually high incineration under strict rules, resulting in higher disposal costs.
There are four wood waste types – scrap, used, natural and problem wood waste. The problem of wood waste includes wood waste combined with preservatives, a combination of regular and problem wood waste, and unwanted timber with laminate.
Scrap wood waste is produced from furniture factories, sawmills, carpenter's workshops and construction.
Natural wood waste is from remaining sawdust and wood parts from logging.
Used wood wastes include deserted wooden building parts and wood waste from materials like colour pallets and wood furniture.
You need the right type and size of balers, skips, bins and other storage containers to dispose of the wood properly. We can provide you with the right bins to store wood waste.
Ensure your wood waste is contaminant-free because metals and other materials can interfere with the machine at recycling facilities. However, breaking down or separating the wood waste isn't compulsory.
After collecting your wood waste, we will transport it to the appropriate wood recycling facility for sorting and further processing
Wood waste management
Wood waste bins are available in different shapes, materials and sizes to help reduce waste littering. The different waste collecting bins include waste transfer balers or carts, waste yard dumpsters, centralised bin stations and localised containers.
Localised containers or desk-side bins are single waste bins that help to increase the efficiency of handling waste correctly. For example, most people keep localised containers nearby to throw personal trash like paper. This waste bin option helps to organise garbage, promoting wood waste recycling.
The centralised bin station or high-traffic container is placed strategically to receive waste from the localised bins. They are usually in corridors and hallways of furniture workshops to store wood waste from employees' workstations.
A waste transfer cart, also called a utility cart is primarily for receiving waste from the centralised bin stations and cutting or moving waste if it is a transfer baler. This bin option is a big container for carrying more waste and is more economical than getting several high-traffic waste bins.
Refuse dumpsters are for storing large amounts of waste. They are usually for receiving tonnes of wood waste from the transfer baler.
The government has several regulations and laws for controlling the wood waste disposal process. For example, the UK Waste Legislation and Environmental Protection Act requires all companies to document all their waste to ensure its proper disposal.
The Hazardous Waste Directive forbids missing non-hazardous and hazardous waste, while the Duty of Care legislation requires all parties involved in producing, keeping, importing, treating and disposing of regulated waste to pay the Duty of Care levy.
The UK government also mandates waste transfer notes to accompany all hazardous waste movement. This note contains legal documents and signatures of the parties receiving and sending wood waste.
After your wood waste collection, we can recycle the different forms of waste. For example, wood waste is recyclable and requires little processing. People use wood waste for making wood chips, the small wood debris is suitable for landscape cover and garden beds.
Some companies compose wood refuse and use it as raw material for making biomass fuel, while others use wood waste products to make demolition tools, fencing wood and plywood.
When you contact us and book our wood waste disposal service, we will visit your site and grade the wood waste you have. Our expert team will provide you with a quote for the disposal. We will schedule a day for the wood waste collection and disposal if you accept the quote.
Wood waste is among the leading waste produced in the UK, but the UK only houses 1% of the world's population. The UK consumes about 3% of the world's wood. In the past, most people disposed of wood waste in dumpsites, but wood is an organic, recyclable product.
However, companies now opt for proper wood waste disposal and reuse where possible.
If you need a responsible and reliable wood waste collection and disposal company, call Waste Removal Islington on 020 37450982.
No, it can't. Disposing of wood waste in landfill is illegal.
Wood waste can be used for energy recovery and generating electricity.