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Eco-Eating

Eco-Eating, the specialist food waste division of Cawleys, was the first commercial food waste collection service to Anaerobic Digestion (AD) to operate in the UK – which means that we really know our stuff when it comes to food waste recycling.

As a food waste producer, Eco-Eating will provide you with an efficient and effective food waste recycling programme, as well as the supporting literature to enable you to prove your green credentials to your customers.

All that you need to do is segregate food from other waste onsite (in bins and cornstarch bags provided by us), we then empty the food waste bins for you and utilize our well established network of Anaerobic Digestion plants in the UK to ensure that your food waste is recovered and turned into electricity to be fed back to the national grid and fertilizer to be spread on the land.

Its that simple!

In addition to the science bit (the AD), Eco-Eating also provides a complete suite of unique membership products to help your business benefit from its green practices:

  • Communication materials – branded posters, signage, stickers to help you shout about your green credentials;
  • Reporting systems – a password protected online reporting mechanism that provides the stats to demonstrate your food waste recycling rates;
  • Staff engagement – a communication programme to help you introduce and embed change amongst your staff.

We recognise that every business is different and has different requirements, so we will tailor your Eco-Eating programme to meet your company’s specific needs; that is why we are the market leader in food waste management.

But don’t just take our word for it – our impeccable credentials have also been recognized by the Association for Organics Recycling (AfoR) Awards, with Eco-Eating twice winning an award for the quality of its service.

We offer a FREE on-site waste audit to assess the amount of waste you generate and seek ways that you can maximise the value of your recyclable materials.

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