Alfred H Knight has announced that it has expanded its waste analysis capabilities to cater for international markets.

Through waste analysis, end users can understand the types and quantities of items being disposed of within their waste streams, including waste wood. By doing this, they can inform recycling campaigns and improvements to waste-handling activities, helping clients achieve their sustainability goals.

By offering Waste Composition Analysis services internationally, Alfred H Knight says it is extending its expertise to areas that can benefit from understanding their waste streams, helping support the global sustainability drive. The company said that the move not only underscores its dedication to environmental sustainability but also positions it as a dynamic force in the global effort to curtail waste generation and foster responsible waste management practices.

In late 2023, Alfred H Knight was awarded a contract with a client in Singapore to undertake a waste compositional analysis (pictured) of two key facilities within the country. The main outputs were to understand current waste streams disposed of via landfill and then better understand how they can reduce this element and divert it into recyclable streams.

The company’s full-time in-house samplers and analysts can provide detailed reporting on waste streams to help local authorities, waste management companies and energy from waste operators better understand their materials.

David Kerrigan, Group Head of Energy Services at Alfred H Knight, said: “This work is an exciting step towards geographically diversifying our Waste Composition Analysis service through supporting the requirements of our prospective international clientele, ultimately responding better to the ever-evolving industry needs.

“It will provide our prospective international clientele with an efficient service offering, whilst providing critical data to make informed decisions concerning waste management within their respective countries or regions, in line with legislation.”

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