Northern Irish recycling company, ISL Waste, joins forces with Belfast One

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  • ISL Waste Management, a Northern Ireland recycling company headquartered in Mallusk, Newtownabbey, has won a five-year contract with Belfast One, the Business Improvement District (BID) for Belfast City Centre.

    More than 750 companies operate within the Belfast Business Improvement District, each of which will now be eligible to save up to 30% on their commercial and food waste removal costs.

    One of ISL’s existing clients, the Belfast-based coffee company, Clements Coffee, achieved zero waste-to-landfill in their first month with ISL, and an impressive 300% reduction in waste management costs through improved efficiencies. Clements was also the first client to pilot ISL’s new online customer service portal, which will now be rolled out to the recycling company’s full customer base.

    Barry Donaghy, Director of ISL Waste, said: “Zero waste to landfill is the guiding principle of our business and we have achieved significant savings and efficiencies implementing this for businesses throughout Northern Ireland. We place equal importance on the quality of our service because we recognise the value customers place on reliability and the fact that we represent them in contributing to a clean and environmentally friendly streetscape.

    “The Belfast One BID has been instrumental in allowing us to provide a dedicated quality of service to every business in the city area that will dramatically impact on the cost savings they can achieve with an essential service.”

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