To provide this service, Newton has dedicated drivers who will pick up HDPE from the site or offices of our NSBC network for recycling back at our head office in Tonbridge, Kent. The recycled off-cuts are also collected at the same time as new construction membranes are being delivered, thus saving on dedicated pick ups and the associated carbon emissions.
Preventing 3.74 tonnes of C02 from entering the atmosphere
Generating 14,616 Kilowatt Hours (kWh) of energy
Equal to 519,690 mugs of tea!
Newton is the first waterproofing materials supplier to initiate a “back to base” membrane recycling service in our market sector as a drive to achieve both waste reduction and reduced reliance on landfill. As a company, we hold ISO 14001 certification and are always seeking to improve our environmental credentials, as well as all participants who are associated with us in the structural waterproofing industry. This bespoke service allows us to not only offer specifiers a quality waterproofing solution installed by a fully trained and competent professional, it also shows a real commitment to lowering all of our carbon footprints in the process.
Newton and our NSBC network have a true commitment to all parties involved in the construction process. This ensures our HDPE membrane systems will be installed in the most efficient manner with continuous focus on quality and minimal wastage. It is, however inevitable that some off-cuts will be produced. Specifiers and end clients should look for the NSBC Membrane Recycling Service logo on vehicles and literature as a mark of quality assurance that the HDPE membranes are being recycled and not sent to landfill.Waterproof sheet membranes are well known for keeping the water out or