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THE SANDRINGHAM ESTATE AND COUNTRYSTYLE RECYCLING JOIN FORCES IN MAJOR PARTNERSHIP TO CLOSE THE LOOP ON COMPOSTABLES

Sandringham

Countrystyle Recycling are proud to announce a Major Partnership with The Sandringham Estate to supply a number of innovative closed loop services including the recycling of compostable packaging out of the Royal Estate.

The unique combination of Countrystyle’s waste management recycling business expertise and the dynamic resource of sister company Envar, which composts green waste to produce compost and biomass, will mean The Sandringham Estate is closer to delivering on both their goals and commitment to the closed loop economy and waste reduction.

To successfully achieve a closed loop solution for Sandringham, Countrystyle will collect the compostable packaging and waste food using one of Countrystyle’s specialist food recycling vehicles. This will be taken to Envar’s flagship in-vessel composting site at St Ives, Cambridgeshire. Here the innovative composting process will turn the waste into a soil conditioner for the agricultural, viticultural and horticultural markets where it will be used to help grow crops.

Both Countrystyle Recycling and Envar are part of the family- owned Heathcote Holdings group of resource management companies.

COUNTRYSTYLE’S INFLUENTIAL AND PROGRESSIVE APPROACH ENABLES ATTRACTIONS AND BUSINESSES TO FULLY RECYCLE COMPOSTABLE PACKAGING VIA A SUSTAINABLE TREATMENT, AVOIDING THE NEED FOR ENERGY RECOVERY OR LANDFILL.


The Sandringham Estate is now aiming to inspire other attractions and businesses to join the innovative partnership with Countrystyle Recycling and Envar. Importantly The Sandringham Estate will close the loop by using the soil conditioner produced by Envar around the grounds, to showcase the positive impact this has to the environment.