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Transwaste offer solutions for all waste and recycling requirements. They are currently the largest waste recycling company in East Yorkshire. Transwaste are 100% committed to recycling and their aim is to recycle a minimum of 95% of all waste we receive.

Transwaste have 15 years of experience in waste management, servicing over 5,000 companies throughout Hull and East Riding in that time.

In 2002 Transwaste Recycling and Aggregates Ltd started trading from Hessle Dock, Livingston Road which is just to the west of Hull near the Humber Bridge. In May 2003, the company was granted a licence by the Environment Agency to start separating, treating, recycling and storing waste.

Effective feedback both positive and negative, is very helpful to us here at Waste Training & Consultancy. Feedback is valuable information that will be used for us to make important decisions. We consistently search for ways to make our best performance even better and for us ‘continuous improvement’ is not just a showy catchphrase. It’s a true focus based on feedback from everyone of our learners and clients. Top performing companies are not only good at accepting feedback, they deliberately ask for feedback and that is exactly what we do. 

Alot of people out there may think we are just another UK waste management training centre.. Those people are not wrong... apart from one significant detail... 

At the realm of the centre is Lynda Warburton (nee 'Owen'). She is no ordinary centre director. Lynda has worked hard to get to where she is today.. 

Another fabulous day here in Northern Ireland. More WAMITAB learners have completed ahead of schedule.. ready for the operator competence changes brought about by The Waste Management Licensing (Amendment) NI Regulations 2003.

Congratulations and a massive well done to all of the Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon District Council learners.. You have all excelled yourselves to have the qualifications complete in time.

Well done! 

Are you aware that any business that produces, handles or disposes of controlled waste has a statutory obligation to ensure it is managed correctly under the Duty of Care Code of Practice. ‘Controlled waste’ is effectively all waste that arises from business premises. This includes waste that is collected for recycling as well as waste that is disposed of to landfill or incineration.

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