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What Is A Waste Transfer Station

What Is A Waste Transfer Station

Used for processing both domestic and commercial waste, a waste transfer station is used to process waste items and store until they can be moved on for treatment or disposal. They are also used to process recyclable and reusable items; this has a great result for the planet and means the right products end their journey in the correct place.

To discover what is a waste transfer station, we have put together all the benefits of why this service is a great way to process waste.

How Waste Transfer Stations Work

When a collection of waste arrives in a waste transfer station it is processed. Then directed to the correct areas for either storage or transfer to treatment. Below is the process involving:


Obviously, there is more detail to the process and here at Cardiff & Caerphilly Skips we have a skilled team that works on our in-house waste transfer station to help reduce our impact on the environment.

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The Benefits Of A Waste Transfer Station

The major benefit of waste transfer stations is that they help the environment and enable the reduction of needless waste going to landfill. We are all trying to be a bit kinder to the planet and waste transfer stations mean many waste management companies can make an impact on the environment. By using this service effectively, the carbon footprint is greatly reduced.

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Contact Us For Waste Disposal

Here at Cardiff & Caerphilly Skips we provide not only amazing skip hire but our own in-house waste transfer. Each skip that returns to us is processed for waste and recyclable products. This ensures our company  can have a greater impact on our environment and greatly reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. Contact us today and our team will talk you through all you need to know about skip hire and our waste transfer processing


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