complete waste management solutions

Manufacturing waste

Sustainable business solutions to managing your waste and recycling with complete transparency and traceability.

A factory environment can create many waste streams. Knowing how best to manage them can be a challenge with so many options available for handling, compacting, storing and transporting.

The greater the degree of segregation the better the rebate values, within the constraints of space and labour. Systems and processes are essential within a factory environment, getting the right machinery and tools will save time and money. Whether it’s a baler or bins you need to manage your waste streams, the right solution is available for you to hire or purchase.

Kick start your smarter waste management today, with a Free Waste Audit.

All the documentation and information your business needs to manage and report is in one place: satisfying the needs of finance, facilities management, health and safety and any environmental audit. Available through our online portal you can retrieve tickets, licences and photographs if required. Making comparisons across multiple sites over a period of time helps you make more informed decisions.

No lengthy contracts: our customers stay with us because they love the service not because they are tied into a contract. Your only commitment is for a four week period whilst the service is implemented.

Are you effected by the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for packaging? Read our handy guide to this regulation here.

If you need help with your manufacturing waste get in touch today.  Why not request a Free Waste Audit to get the ball rolling?


Case Study – Delivering Zero to Landfill

Read this case study about how we achieved zero to landfill for a leading manufacturer.


Prompt services, reliable, great communication. Pleasure to work with you.

Krzysztof Siwik, Blow Mould Manager
Strata Products


Rockline has been using Red Kite recycling since 2021 for our substrate waste bale collections, and their service level has been amazing. They are reliable and go the extra mile to help.

Sukhi Aujla, Warehouse Manager

Did you know?

The Environment Agency issued some guidance notes in January 2015. The directive states that plastic, glass, cardboard and metal have to be segregated unless there are good reasons why it is not possible to do so. They apply a TEEP test expecting segregation to occur if it is technically, environmentally and economically possible.