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Keenan Recycling

Stand: 2004
  • Recyclable
  • Sustainable
  • Transportation, Distribution & Supply Chain Services
  • Operations services
Keenan Recycling

Keenan Recycling is the UK’s largest food waste collection company, operating from 18 depots across the UK. Keenan collects food waste from every postcode in Scotland, England and Wales on its own wheels and does not subcontract.   Established with a vision to reduce landfill waste and promote environmental sustainability, Keenan Recycling has become a leading force in the processing of organic waste into high-quality compost and other valuable products.

One of the standout features of Keenan Recycling is its commitment to innovation and sustainability.  Keenan is on a Net Zero journey to decarbonise the fleet by 2030.  Utilising food waste vehicles that run on hydrogen, HVO (Hydrolysed vegetable oil) and CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), the company is leading the way with a greener collection model.

Keenan Recycling’s services are comprehensive, catering for a range of businesses from small cafes and restaurants to large shopping centres and hotel chains. For businesses, especially those in the hospitality and food service industries, Keenan offers solutions that not only help in managing waste efficiently but also in complying with environmental regulations and reducing carbon footprints.  Every bin is weighed and comes with real time information and carbon reporting.

Keenan Recycling’s achievements reflect a successful model of how businesses can contribute to solving pressing environmental issues while fostering economic growth. Their work not only underscores the importance of responsible waste management but also sets a benchmark for others in the industry to follow, paving the way for a greener, more sustainable future.

Address

Innovation Business Park, Campus One, Bridge of Do
Aberdeen
AB22 8GT
United Kingdom

Website

https://www.keenanrecycling.co.uk
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