Countrystyle Recycling Joins Produced in Kent

Waste management and recycling is a topic that effects everyone. From increasing recycling at home to businesses managing waste and by-products from production lines. Finding the right solution for each business can be a challenge, especially when they often have unique requirements.

That’s why Produced in Kent is delighted to be working with Countrystyle Recyclingas an Associate member. Their flagship facility at Ridham, Nr Sittingbourne, Kent provides specialist waste recycling and recovery services for plasterboard, wood, organic waste and dry mixed recyclables such as paper, plastics & cardboard. All non-recyclables are manufactured into Refused Derived Fuel, ensuring 100% diversion from landfill.

“There is a great synergy between Produced in Kent and Countrystyle. Joining as an Associate Member and being connected to other local businesses makes sense strategically and environmentally. Kent is at the heart of what we do and we are strongly committed to recycling and landfill avoidance. Our teams are dedicated to helping local businesses work towards greener business acumen – regardless of size and waste stream. We offer the personal service, with tailored waste management plans and logistic capabilities to ensure we offer a competitive stance as the local solution for businesses including Produced in Kent members!” commented Jamie Houston, Sales Director, Countrystyle.

Produced in Kent members work hard to protect the environment in Kent. From countryside management and renewable energy projects to plastic free business solutions. “We believe that working with Countrystyle Recycling members can achieve even better results for their businesses. From higher rates of recycling to more efficient processing of waste products. We are looking forward to working in partnership with the Countrystyle team” commented Stephanie Durling, Manager, Produced in Kent.

Members can check out details of how to get their free waste management site audit and receive bespoke recommendations and proposals to improve waste management practises here: