Waste Management Services

waste processing plant to reduce reuse and recycle waste products

About our Waste Management Services

Koreserv’s primary waste management objective, Zero Waste To Landfill. Our goal is to play our part in supporting national and global efforts in reducing our carbon footprint. Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose.

Increasingly, greater attention is being paid to waste management, and pro-active organisations are seeing the benefits of establishing a waste reduction program.

Recycling saves energy, helps keep materials out of landfills and incinerators, and provides raw materials for the production of new products. When waste cannot be prevented, recycling is the next best option. Recycling is more than extending the life of landfills. It is about making the best use of the resources we have available and conserving those resources for future generations. It is about conserving water, energy, land and raw materials.

Knowledge is power, by understanding the amount and types of wastes your organisation produces, you’re better positioned to find ways to reduce hauling costs and negotiate for waste and recycling services that actually fit your needs.

Key Benefits

Save Money

Increasing recycling can cut your disposal costs and improve your bottom line.
Save Money

Streamline reporting and information sharing

Our pricing aims to give you maximum benefit without compromising on quality and safety.
Streamline reporting and information sharing

Enhance sustainability

Managing waste, water, and energy more efficiently are core components of sustainability. Improving your organisation's sustainability can boost your corporate image, attract quality tenants to your properties and positively influence employees.
Enhance sustainability

Reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Waste prevention and recycling offer significant potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Conserve resources

Reuse and recycling conserve natural resources including trees, metals and water.
Conserve resources

Site Cleanliness

A good site management with adequate planning in regards to housekeeping will ensure safety to both the site's working personnel and the neighbouring environment.
Site Cleanliness

Our Waste Management Process

Koreserv Management Solutions

  • We only work with reputable and sustainable recycling partners
  • All waste partners are managed by Koreserv on our clients’ behalf
  • Our staff are extensively trained
  • Our company complies with all necessary governing bodies and labour laws

Frequently Asked Questions

Biodegradable and organic waste that ends up at landfill, generate an incredible amount of methane gas, which is a greenhouse gas with more than 84 times the global warming capacity of carbon dioxide over a 20-year period.

Decomposing landfill food waste at landfill, generates toxic leachates which contaminate our groundwater. Water contamination by landfill leachates can cause health conditions such as allergies, stomach disorders, blood disorders, renal failure, seizures, birth defects and even cancer.

So, if you’re truly worried about both human health and the effects of global warming, it should definitely concern you to discover that it is estimated that only 10% of all our current food waste is diverted from landfill for composting.

The good news is that there is an easy way that you can start contributing to making a difference and encouraging fellow restaurant owners, food outlets, supermarkets and any business generating organic waste to do the same.

Our dedicated waste partners are committed to assisting you with this process. Speak to our team now to help you make the necessary changes.

A report by the World Bank details which countries produce the most garbage every day and according to this report, South Africa produces 54 425 tonnes of trash every day – the 15th highest rated country in the world.

Cigarette butts, whose filters contain tiny plastic fibres, were the most common type of plastic waste found in the environment in a recent global survey. Drinking bottles, bottle caps, food wrappers, grocery bags, drink lids, straws and stirrers were the next most common items.

  • First and foremost, reducing our carbon footprint by striving for Zero Waste To Landfill.
  • Recycling not only saves you money, but generates an income stream through rebates for most of your recyclable waste streams.
  • Managing waste, water, and energy more efficiently are core components of sustainability. Improving your organisation’s sustainability can boost your corporate image, attract quality tenants to your properties and positively engage employees.
  • Site cleanliness by creating a more hygiene working environment for you tenants, customers and staff.