Human activity produces waste products. You don’t need us to tell you that. But every year, we generate dozens of billions of kilos of waste. Fortunately, in recent years, we have started to rethink the way we dispose of waste, and now prefer to reuse and recycle, rather than send to landfill and for incineration.
Waste is becoming a raw material for new products and applications. The linear economy is on the path to a circular economy. Cradle to cradle, waste equals food, upcycling, downcycling, sustainability. In short, innovation and progress.
Does waste still exist in a circular economy?
Unfortunately, yes. Certainly from a legal point of view. As soon as a substance no longer has any value for its holder, it is often a burden which must be disposed of. Your industry is one where the rules of the game are constantly changing. Fortunately, our specialist Waste & Recycling team is fully in the know and more than familiar with the challenges you face. We understand the playing field you on every day. So, we can advise you on how to bring your business processes in line with the law and keep them there.
Is your company complying with environmental law?
Waste and recycling companies come in all shapes and sizes, each with its own particular legal challenges. Our specialist Waste & Recycling team specifically represents companies in: