How We Recycle

Cardboard Recycling

Cardboard Recycling

All the waste Morley Skips Ltd collects is taken back to our own transfer station. The waste is then loaded into the trommel machine which removes all soil and dust from the waste, this is critical for gaining a clean end product for recycling.

As landfill sites start to fill up and more and more waste can be recycled it is our aim to make sure that as little of your rubbish as possible ends up in landfill.

Your waste will go to our Morley Skips Ltd’s licensed transfer station with up to date recycling equipment. This allows us to pick out recyclables and send the absolute minimum to landfill which is typically less than 10%.

We aim to make sure as much of your waste is recycled as possible:

    • Plastic bailed along with card board which can be recycled
    • Wood can be used for renewable energy
    • Plastic and card board can be bailed and reused. Some goes for renewable energy
Plastic bale

Plastic bale

  • Carpets can be shredded and go for various uses as well as renewable energy
  • All types of metal are recycled most are melted down and go in to new components
  • Soil can be used for in fill
  • Rubble can be crushed and used as a building material

What about waste from skip bags?

All the waste removed in Morley Skip Bags is taken to Waste Transfer stations that have been licenced by the Environment Agency and audited by us personally. Here it is sorted and separated with as much material as possible (usually over 80%) going on to have a second life.

Our aim at Morley Skips Ltd is to send as little as possible to landfill by recycling as much of our collected waste as possible. Our machinery and know-how allow us to achieve this.