Biffa's business or waste processing can be grouped into four operating divisions as collection, special waste, landfill and power generation. The company, being the market leader believes in fulfilling its duty and care towards environment complying with various environmental as well as quality performance standards issued by government and other regulatory bodies of U.K. But there is always the need to change and grow, making sustainable improvements in various areas of processing. Here is a dire need to understand the need of much advanced technologies which would reuse the waste material reducing the leftover residuals. State-of-art facility can be seen as a ray of hope in this angle, controlling the increase in landfill sites.
In 2008, Biffa has been taking recognizable strides to enhance their capacity and capability to recover recyclables, diverting waste away from the landfills. The organization identifies the key aspects of its environmental performance. The environmental performance till date proves Biffa to be always abiding by the legislation. Its foremost strategy is to lead with sound business practices and operational processes. Its company members have all the impressible knowledge and expertise in the respective field. Be it collection, treatment or disposal. ...
y of coal and nuclear power supplies, it is actively searching for new technologies to convert the greater portion of landfill waste into usable energy form.
Biffa has the technology and expertise to make such network of small, distributed plants a reality. This depicts the bright future of the company. Now the practices of all logistical operations as dumping waste collected needs a more technology-based business that uses mechanical and biological techniques to recycle and recover waste to produce power - the much renowned State of Art Facility.
Biffa is one of the leading integrated waste management business companies in U.K. It is announced recently on September 22, 2008, to be the preferred bidder for the plant which would have the potential to turn rubbish into eco-friendly fuel for local buses or refuse collection vehicles along with many other benefits. The latest state-of-art facility, using the very advanced technology is the latest step in the County Council's ongoing countrywide drive to reduce waste.1 Biffa operates across the breadth of waste management value chain. Its disposal services include 75,000 local and national customers in the industrial, commercial and municipal sectors.
It works for waste collection, treatment and recycling of waste. Incorporating work on such a high scale it becomes necessary to understand its capacity, costs and legislation issues along with how the state of art facility goes well with its waste processing methods.
Waste Processing Methods used in Biffa
Biffa's business or waste processing can be grouped into four operating divisions as collection, special waste, landfill and power generation. It provides a huge range of specialized services for waste collection, treatment and