Construction Waste Recycling
Bywaters has specialised facilities for sorting and separating construction waste for recycling, ensuring that zero waste is sent direct to landfill and salvaging any items that can be reused.
Bywaters are specialists in handling construction and demolition (C&D) waste for projects of all sizes. Whether you’re a sole-trader carrying out small-scale construction work, or adding a new skyscraper to the City of London, we’ll help you handle your waste safely and sustainably, in line with our zero waste direct to landfill commitment.
Our dedicated facility based at Gateway Road in East London has a specialised materials recovery facility for C&D waste, including trommel screens to separate any fine waste from bulkier items such as bricks and off-cuts of wood.
From plasterboard and concrete to wood and metal, we have recycling solutions for all components of construction waste.
No, Bywaters will provide you with a skip to use to collect all your C&D waste in one place. We will then separate your waste at our facility into its component streams.
Once your skip is approaching capacity and is ready to be collected, simply tell us and we can schedule in a collection time that works for you.
Yes, materials that are joined in some way can be put in the skip if they cannot be separated. Although any waste that consists of two or more materials should be separated from each other at source if this is possible.
If the materials cannot be separated safely, by hand or because of time, then the material can be put into the skip provided.
We can arrange collections of almost any amount of waste, the most important thing is estimating the waste you will produce correctly so we can provide the best solution.