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Zero Waste to Landfill: The Waste Hierarchy

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Zero Waste to Landfill: The Waste Hierarchy

At Coppermill Ltd it is our mission and ethos to be actively working across each of the methods to help prevent textile waste from reaching landfill. This includes recovering textiles that have been treated and recovered at industrial laundries, and offering them new life as a recycled cleaning wiper based on each textile's absorbency and cleaning properties. These wipers are cost effective, eco-friendly, reusable, and fully recyclable so that it never needs to reach landfill. 

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Part 3: Workwear Destruction & Textile Recycling (Why We Do It)

Part 3: Workwear Destruction & Textile Recycling (Why We Do It)

At Coppermill Ltd, our aim to reduce solid waste by reclaiming, converting, and recycling textiles. We are achieving this through our green manufacturing processes and by using biodegradable packaging, thereby reducing waste and minimising landfill usage. We are a ‘green’ company aiming for a zero-carbon footprint.

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Part 2: Workwear Destruction & Textile Recycling (How We Do It)

Part 2: Workwear Destruction & Textile Recycling (How We Do It)

At Coppermill, our bread and butter as a business is the manufacture of Industrial cleaning rags from 100% recycled textiles. Our equipment and company processes are purpose-built to create wipers from unwanted garments, so naturally any unwanted or redundant workwear received is primarily analysed for its qualities as a cleaning wiper.

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Part 1: Workwear Destruction & Textile Recycling (What We Do)

Part 1: Workwear Destruction & Textile Recycling (What We Do)

Coppermill Ltd have specialised in the safe and eco-friendly destruction of redundant and/or branded workwear for many years.

We have received thousands of garments and textiles over the years from Companies who require their old stock to be safely destroyed and recycled, including shirts, t-shirts, sweatshirts, coats, bags, hats, scarves and more. 

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