High demands for sustainable waste management

Local authorities are responsible for any household waste within the local authority boundary.

The national 'From Waste to Raw Material' (VANG) programme proposes that in 2020 75% of household waste must be recycled. That is no insignificant task.

Indaver is approaching this sustainability ambition with a healthy dose of realism. Within this field, we are also looking for the best balance for your waste management, always from the perspective of two of our core values: concentrating on achieving results and demonstrating concern for people, safety and the environment.

Waste as a source of raw materials

Sustainable waste management is better for the environment and can go hand in hand with reducing costs. Properly separated fractions can always be re-used as a raw material and they also often make money.

Getting to these renewable raw materials requires robust facilities with the latest technologies and market knowledge. Indaver opts for a pragmatic approach that makes use of proven techniques to find affordable solutions. We also know that we need to strike a balance between recycling performance, environmental gain and cost price. Indaver wants to make optimum use of the waste with which it has been entrusted – around 5 billion kilos in 2013. Its ambition is to:

recycle 40% of the waste and in addition

reclaim 50% of the waste energy.

Sustainable relationships

At Indaver sustainability goes further than your waste management. We value long term relationships with our clients and partners; it is not without reason that one of our core values is mutual trust.

In addition we invest in solid collaborative relationships with knowledge institutions, research institutions, trade associations and other specialists.

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Robert Jansen
Tender Manager
t +31 78 6306 726