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Recycling

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Hardcore and Concrete

Hardcore & Concrete is transported to Rhino Waste Services where it is stored and then transported to a hardcore and concrete recycling facility. At this facility, it is then screened and crushed to be used on construction projects and underlay for new roads and motorways.
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Wood & Timber

Wood is transported to Rhino Wastes Services where it is recycled for use in various timber sheet products and also used as an alternative energy source (Biomass).
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Metal

All metals are transported and then separated into various grades at Rhino Waste Services recycling facility, where it is then transported to a metal recycling facility to be used in various metal products.
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Plasterboard

Plasterboard is transported to Rhino Waste Services where it is stored, from there it will be transported in bulk to a special plasterboard recycling facility where it is shredded & granulated into gypsum dust and then used to make plasterboard and plaster products.
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Cardboard & Paper

Cardboard and paper is extracted and stored. It is then transported to a Paper Recycling Facility where it is shredded and reused to make both Paper and Cardboard products.
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Glass

Glass is extracted and then stored for bulk transportation to a glass recycling facility. At these facilities they recycle the glass to be used to make Bottles, Jars and glass sheets, It is also used as a road laying material.
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Residual Waste

Residual waste (the end product) is transported from Rhino Waste Services recycling facility, to the relevant Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Plant. The production of Refuse Derived Fuels involves the mechanical processing of waste using screens, shredders and separators to recover recyclable materials and to produce a combustible product for burning to produce energy.
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Mixed Waste

All mixed waste is transported to Rhino Waste Services recycling facility, where it is firstly manually sorted and each waste stream is segregated into the relevant bays. Once the larger (oversized) materials are extracted, the remaining material is fed through a screening process where the smaller matter is extracted and segregated.
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