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Campbell & Kennedy become a Zero waste to landfill company

The team at Campbell & Kennedy (C&K) is proud to announce that we have become a ‘zero waste to landfill’ company.


All waste generated by our company is now properly segregated into dry mixed recyclables (paper, plastic, card) metals, glass and food.


All recyclable materials will be reprocessed for further use, whilst the small amount of residual or general waste will be used to produce a waste derived fuel, which is used in the production of sustainable energy.

In addition to ensuring compliance with Scotland’s Zero Waste Regulations this new solution will also help the company control its future waste management costs and improve its environmental performance.


Robin Stevenson, Managing Director, Non Hazardous division, William Tracey Group said: “The William Tracey Group and Campbell and Kennedy have been working together to achieve a fully compliant, cost effective and sustainable solution for the company’s waste.  In addition to ensuring that zero waste now goes to landfill we have also maximised the amount of material which can be recycled and realised all the environmental and commercial benefits that this presents.”


Robert Baird, HSE Manager at Campbell & Kennedy said: “Being zero waste to landfill compliant reaffirms our commitment to reducing our environmental impact and carbon footprint. We have already installed a solar PV and solar thermal system to our head office. We also utilise energy efficient LED lighting and have converted our fleet to be more environmentally friendly. Over the coming months we hope to roll our more environmental initiatives company-wide to support our commitment.”

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