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Case Studies

Don’t just hear it from us. Read through our case studies to see how we have helped many businesses achieve their waste management goals. We provide innovative solutions to food waste problems. We have helped hundreds of customers worldwide reduce their environmental footprint, by installing our sustainable solutions, from local schools, hotels and shopping centres, to food manufacturers, oil pipeline sites and marine vessels.

Liz Earle

The rocket composter (an A700) arrived in the summer of 2012, and coincided with a change to a dry mixed recycling arrangement with their waste disposal company. After the initial set-up period was completed, creating the optimum conditions for the natural compost bacteria and fungi to thrive, they were off! The composting process has been running continuously and successfully ever since. 100% of the food waste generated in The Green House goes through the rocket, producing around 700 litres of compost a week.

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Fred. Olsen Windcarrier

The Bold Tern a unique vessel which is at sea for weeks at a time installing giant wind turbines, has 80 staff on board. Space is at a premium and the current method of food waste storage presents its own hazards.

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Scottish Prison Service

The Scottish Prison Service, already owners and operators of food waste dewatering equipment were suffering with reliability issues on old equipment. Tidy Planet Offered a more cost effective refurbishment and upgrade of the existing equipment, saving money and keeping them compliant with new Scottish Food Waste Regulation

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Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport, recently purchased by the Welsh Assembly is growing to pre recession flight numbers and footfall, impending legislation and no local alternatives for food waste collections means the airport need to look for a flexible solution from Tidy Planet

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Liverpool University

Already recognised and award winning sustainability pioneers, Liverpool University, the Green Guild of students looked to implement an improvement in the management of food wastes to coincide with the regeneration of the guild building

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Exclusive Hotels

Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa, Bagshot, the head office for the Exclusive Chain of Hotels and Venues, the home of the England RFU training camp this luxury spa complex and home of the famous Latymer restaurant kicked off the 2015 season with a conversion of their own, by taking on an on site food waste recycling project with Tidy Planet as suppliers.

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Hilton Hotel Athens

The Hilton Group of Hotels commissioned ECOVRS, Tidy Planets distributors in Greece to provide a more sustainable method of dealing with the hotel food wastes than collection and landfill.

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Kentucky Fried Chicken

Kentucky Fried Chicken, trailblazers of the fast food restaurant sector for pioneering energy saving environmentally friendly projects, already well on their way in reducing energy consumption at their sites looked to Tidy Planet for a better solution for their used cooking oils

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Whittlebury Hotel & Spa

Whittlebury Hall, Hotel and Spa, the venue for formula 1 motor teams for their stay whilst at the nearby Silverstone race circuit, needed a new solution to reduce their costly compactor disposal. What was found as the source of the weight was a surprise, what was implemented as a fix came with an even bigger surprise

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Exclusive Hotels

Exclusive Hotels, Luxury Hoteliers with over 20 sites deliver an unparalleled guest experience, acutely aware of the impact on the environment such a large business can have, took on the recycling of their last and most costly waste at the flagship South Lodge Venue

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Glasgow Clyde College

Glasgow Clyde College, Anniesland Campus, needed to reduce vehicle movements onto site and reduce waste disposal costs, investigated on site recycling of food wastes by in vessel composting…

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Clyde Shopping Centre

Clyde Shopping Centre, without doubt one of the most forward thinking responsible shopping centres in the UK, but what goes on behind the scenes to make this business receive so many awards?

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Salford University

As one of the largest organisations in the Greater Manchester Region with over 20,000 students, 2,800 staff and a land holding of 70 hectares in Salford, the University of Salford recognises the impact it has on a local, regional and global environment and is committed to playing its part in making the world a more sustainable, responsible and equitable place.

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Cotehele National Trust

For some time the National Trust has been assessing the risk climate change poses to its houses, gardens, coast and countryside as well as their impact on the wider environment. Cotehele National Trust includes a mill, 15 century chapel and Cotehele Quay. They receive around 100,000 visitors a year to its Barn Restaurant and Edgcumbe Arms Tearoom. Toby Fox, National Trust Property Manager for Cotehele, said, “We are all concerned about the threat of climate change and as an environmental charity we are doing as much as we can to reduce our own carbon footprint.”

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