Construction sites encouraged to donate recycled material to social enterprises and schools

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Project Divert will allow construction sites to donate recycled materials to local enterprises at the touch of a buttom

Waste management company Encore Environment has launched a campaign to encourage construction sites to donate recycled material to social enterprises and schools.

Project Divert is a web-based application for Encore customers which identifies materials which can be reprocessed, remanufactured or recycled back into the supply chain

By carrying out detailed environmental and waste audits for its clients, Encore Environment can provide accurate forecasts and establish where equipment and materials can be re-directed.

Customers will then be able to donate the materials to community groups at the touch of a button.

The closed loop solution also reduces cost of disposal for clients and diverts waste from landfill.

Rachel Rowley, MD of Encore Environment, says: “Project Divert provides closed loop opportunities for clients, identifying materials that can be innovatively reprocessed, manufactured or recycled back into the supply chain.

“We have enjoyed developing the Project Divert database of local charities who are always extremely grateful to consider furniture, carpet tiles, paving slabs and similar items which are offered to them through the system.”

Encore Environment provides total waste management and strategic support to companies and attempts to identify closed loop opportunities through early intervention and auditing.

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