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High Peak Environmental Services Ltd

High Peak Environmental Services Ltd
Address: Dale Court
11 Dew Pond Lane, Dale Court
11 Dew Pond Lane
Town: Buxton, Buxton
County: Derbyshire, Derbyshire
Postcode: SK17 7LF, SK17 7LF
Country: England, England
Telephone: 01298 77537, 01298 77537
Fax: 01298 26303, 01298 26303
Email: info@hpes.co.uk, info@hpes.co.uk
Website: http://www.hpes.co.uk/, http://www.hpes.co.uk/
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You can bring Cardboard & Paper to our premises anytime - the skips are in our gateway 24/7! Please - no general rubbish, electrical goods, expanded polystyrene etc.....


High Peak Environmental Services Limited is based in Buxton & provides recycling services locally & regionally.

We are a family business, established in 1995, committed to increasing the amount of recycling of various materials.

Our services are available to both householders & businesses. We aim to solve recycling problems by providing flexible help.


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PAPER

How is it re-cycled?

Paper is fairly straightforward to re-cycle. At our premises it is sorted & baled into "mill sized bales", which weigh about half a tonne each. When there are enough bales of a grade they are delivered to a paper mill. For most applications the bales are broken & stirred in water to create pulp, then the inks are removed. The pulp is then rolled & dried to be formed into paper.


CARDBOARD

How is it re-cycled?

Cardboard is one of the most straightforward materials to re-cycle. At our premises it is sorted & baled into "mill sized bales", which weigh about half a tonne each. When there are enough bales to make a load they are delivered to a board mill, where the bales are broken & stirred in water to create pulp, then rolled & dried to be formed into new cardboard.


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USED VEGETABLE OILS

How is it re-cycled?

Although these oils are food grade materials we do not recycle it for food use again. It is either processed to use as substitute for mineral diesel fuel - this is known as bio-diesel, or to replace fuel oil for space heating. This reduces contamination of waterways by disposal as general waste, reduces the use of fossil fuels, &, as the oil is from crops which can be grown in the U. K., reduces import costs. For further information see www.bio-power-high-peak.co.uk or www.carbon-offset-high-peak.co.uk


To view more go to our website:
www.hpes.co.uk