Landfill Diversion Highlights
99.4%

Diverted from landfill

in January

99.4%

Diverted from landfill

this year

Carbon Saving Highlights
3,367

Tonnes of CO2 Saved

in January

3,367

Tonnes of CO2 Saved

this year

122,645 tonnes processed this year
120,688 tonnes diverted from landfill this year
Maximising the value of your waste materials

We maximise the value of your waste materials by focusing on resource recovery via our Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) in Salford.

This chart shows the percentage of waste that we have sent on for recycling, waste to energy and landfill.

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Materials Breakdown And Disposal Solution
Waste Outputs And CO2 Savings For Each Month
FAQ

What is waste to energy?

JWS sends non-recyclable residual materials to a local, UK-based Energy from Waste facility to be used as a resource for heat and electricity.

How our services save carbon

Waste in landfill sites produce emissions including carbon. By diverting your waste from landfill for recycling and other sustainable solutions, this reduces carbon production.

Carbon Savings Through Landfill Diversion

Diverting your waste from landfill results in higher carbon saving figures. This in turn lowers your carbon footprint and overall environmental impact.

This graph shows a comparison between JWS emissions and the carbon we have saved through landfill diversion from April 2018 onwards.

We actively work to reduce our own emissions, such as maintaining our fleet of Euro 5 and 6 vehicles, for maximum sustainability.