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Dry Mixed Recycling (DMR)

Dry Mixed Recycling (DMR)
  • One bin - no segregating
    Let us save you time! Put all your DMR in one place
  • Call us for an instant quote
    We can give you a FREE quote over the phone
  • Reduce your costs
    Cutting down on your landfill waste will save you money
  • Save up to 30%
    We've your best interests in mind so we'll beat any like-for-like quote
  • Free Duty of Care
    We ensure you’ve got all the correct paperwork to prove your compliance
  • Environmentally friendly
    Improve your business’s reputation by boasting green initiatives

Organising your business’s recycling can be time-consuming and costly – but not with Direct365. Our mixed recycling servicing allows you to put all your recycling waste into one bin. It’s completely hassle free, saving you time, money and storage space.

Price won’t be a problem – we search through companies nationwide to get you the best deal. Recycling reduces landfill disposal charges, saving you even more money in the long run. Don’t worry if you ever need to alter your service; we can adapt to your business needs.

What about paperwork to prove that you’re compliant with the law? Fear not – we’ve got you covered. We provide you with all the legal documentation you need; such as up-to-date Duty of Care and Waste Transfer Notes. Act ethically and save money – call for an instant quote today!

When it comes to dry mixed recycling, there are four categories of DMR:

Paper – Newspapers, office paper, magazines, and any other dry paper
Cardboard – Cereal boxes, delivery boxes, corrugated cardboard, card
Metal cans – Drinks cans and food tins
Plastic – Empty milk bottles, drinks bottles, packaging film, meal trays, margarine tubs

It can tricky to work out if something is or is not suitable for DMR. Aside from the four categories above, nothing is classed as DMR. Waste that cannot be DMR includes:

  • Paper cups from high street coffee shops
  • Crisp packets
  • Sweet wrapping
  • Food waste
  • Liquids
  • Glass
  • Ceramics
  • Wood
  • Polystyrene
  • Textiles
  • Hazardous materials – e.g. paint tins or bleach bottles

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