Newcastle-under-Lyme in Bloom Sponsorship

2020-06-12T15:39:28+01:00June 12th, 2020|

We're proud to sponsor Newcastle-under-Lyme in Bloom for another year. We're committed to supporting the communities in which we live and work.  Red plays an active role in making every community in which it operates a better place to live and work, knowing that the ongoing vitality of our host local communities has a direct impact on the long term health of our business. We're delighted to be sponsoring Newcastle-under-Lyme in Bloom for another year. The planters on Borough Road, near our head office, have been refreshed and are looking beautiful, thank you to Newcastle-under-Lyme Green Team for their [...]

Snowdrop Project

2020-02-17T14:16:34+00:00February 17th, 2020|

We’ve donated boulders from Walleys Landfill to be used in a feature on a prominent local roundabout. The council have used them to create an eye-catching Snowdrop Sculpture feature on Northwood Lane roundabout (Clayton), which is now starting to take shape. We think it’s a great idea to put these boulders to good use whilst supporting an imaginative local community project! This project has been created in partnership with Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council, PM Training, Newcastle-under-Lyme BID and Derek Mawby Surfacing. We’re proud to support the communities in which we live and work – this may be through supporting projects [...]

Funding for the Community

2018-12-04T10:49:36+00:00August 14th, 2017|

The RED Industries Landfill Communities Fund - Staffordshire The RED Industries Landfill Communities Fund provides funding for local community and environmental projects within 3 miles of our Landfill site (Silverdale, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 6SB) and our Waste Processing Site (Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6 2DZ). The Landfill Communities Fund benefits the local communities around a landfill site by providing funding support for projects to improve or enhance the local area.  Examples of projects that could be eligible for grant money include the development of a new playground, improving a changing room for a sports club, or expanding a community hall. [...]

Landfill Communities Fund

2017-08-15T09:17:55+01:00January 24th, 2017|

Are you looking for funding in the Staffordshire area? The community around a landfill site benefits from funding for local community and environmental projects through the Landfill Communities Fund.  Projects within a 3 mile radius of RED's licensed landfill (Silverdale, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 6SB) or treatment and transfer station (Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 2DZ), could be eligible for funding through the Landfill Communities Fund. Projects which benefit the local community or environment could receive a grant.  The types of projects that could be eligible include: Providing, maintaining or improving a public park or amenity which directly benefits the community - such [...]

Landfill Community Newsletter

2017-06-28T11:56:55+01:00December 19th, 2016|

Our Landfill Community Newsletter introduces the residents of Silverdale and the area surrounding the landfill site to Red Industries. We have been operating for over 10 years in waste management and are pleased to extend our services portfolio to include Walleys Quarry Landfill. The landfill is operated to the highest standards and we are continuing to develop the site and improve operations.  Under previous ownership, there was £10 million invested into the site.  We will continue to build on this investment, and have already commissioned the installation of new gas bore holes in the site.  The bore holes are used to collect methane, [...]

New Offices

2017-06-22T12:19:31+01:00September 13th, 2016|Tags: |

We are pleased to announce that Red Industries have purchased new offices in Berkeley Court, Newcastle-under-Lyme.  The three storey offices have had significant time and money spent on them - they have been refurbished to a high standard and the inside layout has been updated to fit with the needs of the business.  New meeting rooms and lounge area has been created, which will create a positive space for meeting with customers.  Kitchenettes on each floor, plus a communal break room area, are a real positive for the 20+ employees who will be based at the new office. There are good transport links to the new offices as [...]

Update from MD on London Marathon Challenge

2017-02-16T10:13:36+00:00May 10th, 2016|

As you are aware, on 24th April I took part in the 36th London Marathon with a goal to complete the course in 3 hours and 15 minutes. I finished the event in 3 hours and 41 minutes which was quite a disappointing time personally however, I went into the Marathon with an injury picked up during training and competed against my doctors orders; so just being able to complete the course was a great achievement! Unfortunately the fact that I went ahead with the challenge has led to further injury therefore I have had to take the decision to [...]

Introduction to new Technical Guidance WM3

2017-06-28T11:33:35+01:00February 9th, 2015|

The Environment Agency technical guidance on how to assess & classify waste (WM2) is set to change. In June 2015 the way we assess and classify waste in the UK will change due to the full affects of the CLP regulations coming into force. As a result the current technical guidance will also need to change to align with the underpinning legislation and the EA have produced the new draft guidance or WM3 which is currently in a consultation period. Anyone who has responsibility for Waste will find the consultation interesting and all are invited to have their say. The Red Industries Operations [...]

Update on Waste Management Regulations

2015-01-14T09:05:54+00:00January 14th, 2015|

From the 1st January 2015 certain provisions contained in the Waste (England & Wales) Regulations 2011 came into force. These regulations are part of an on-going legislative drive to prioritise the recovery, rather than landfilling, of Waste Materials. The regulations specifically require that waste paper, metals, plastics and glasses be collected separately and not comingled with other wastes that make them unrecyclable. By this time all waste collection authorities should have implemented the regulations however full guidance on the provisions can be found at  

Red Industries Athletes Successful in Ironman Challenge

2017-02-16T10:13:39+00:00July 23rd, 2014|

It has been a tradition for the past few years for all the staff at Red Industries to engage in various personal challenges in order to raise funds for local children's hospice, the Donna Louise Trust. These challenges have developed over the years and the various athletes at Red have progressed from bike rides and 5k runs, through to 10K runs and triathlons; however this year we saw three individuals sign up for their biggest challenge to date, an Ironman event. Chief Executive Adam Share and Project Manager Darren Haywood committed to participating in the Challenge Roth Ironman, whilst Site manager Gavin Stephens [...]