Local collections and treatment mean lighter vehicles and fewer miles. Lower fuel consumption means lower carbon emissions. It all helps in the fight against climate change.
We create local jobs for local people. Our integrated service means that the same person collects and treats your waste. Eliminating overheads allows us to pay London living wage to all our people.
Our integrated one-stop in-house waste management solution with lighter vehicles, lower fuel consumption and lower capital requirements keeps our costs down.
We offer a one-stop solution for sorting and recycling of most materials. We deal with your waste with a lower energy consumption than any other technology available.
What is Quantum Waste?
Quantum Waste is a vertically integrated waste management company run by scientists, engineers and climate change investment experts. At the heart of our operations is the Qube: a mobile, sustainable, decentralised, aerobic composting system which brings recycling technology closer to your waste. The Qube is a leap forward in organic waste processing. It transforms food waste into organic fertilizer and delivers significant social, environmental and commercial advantages. Aside from food waste we also collect all other types of waste and recycle it into raw materials.
Local Quantum Waste depots are able to run one-stop, non-stop, zero carbon waste processing operations which minimise transportation time and costs, enable more flexible and efficient waste collections while keeping a low carbon footprint and high recycling rates. Quantum Waste’s system virtually eliminates the need for expensive upfront investment in complex large-scale plants and creates local employment for local people.
We hope that one day all organic waste will be processed this way – sustainably within local communities. Lead the change and make the Quantum leap now.
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