Recycling Management are proud to announce they are working on the HS2 site in Aston, Birmingham, with contractors.

We have provided a solution to the contractors issues, we are supporting every day at a time to suit with their requirements, ensuring they are not affected by stopping of the works, we have added these collections into our scheduled work to ensure our other customers are all serviced and not effected.

Waste streams on site have been separated into different containers for disposal with clear signage, ensuring the site is compliant

  1. Waste Prevention
  2. Material Re-use
  3. Scheduled Collections
  4. Recovery of Materials
  5. Reduction in Waste
  6. Monitoring Waste Output
  7. Sustainability

As we are a local supplier in the Birmingham area, this helps the contractor as any emergency can be dealt with quickly and effectively and ties in with all their HS2 legal requirements.

Raising Awareness of Mental Health Issues

Since Corona virus hit over a year ago and the country went into a national pandemic with ongoing lockdowns, we have all faced extremely hard challenges, both mentally and physically. Whether that’s losing a loved one, being made redundant or even watching someone you know struggle, it has affected us all in some way. No one is alone. No one should ever be alone, which is why it is so important to continue working to help spread awareness of mental health issues and keep talking!

5 key pillars to improving mental health: Modelled by the New Economics Foundation, they’re geared around themes of social connectedness, physical activity, awareness, learning, and giving.
1.      Connect
2.      Be active
3.      Take notice
4.      Keep learning
5.      Give

We as a company, decided to do a Raffle prize draw to help raise some money for mental health awareness. The money will go to the charity MIND, who do amazing work in helping those who are suffering! For more information please visit MINDUK 

Mental health is not hidden anymore; it’s on the front pages; it’s on the political agenda; it’s spoken about by royalty. For millions of people, mental health is now something to be honest about – not ashamed of!

#mentalhealth #charity #mentalhealthawareness #fundraising #teamwork

What is WEEE Waste?

WEEE waste stands for waste electrical and electronic equipment and it categorized as any form of unwanted electrical or electronic waste such as monitors, cabling or wiring, peripherals and computers etc.

Why recycle WEEE?

Currently in the UK we are producing a large amount of WEEE waste and as corona-virus continues to take its toll and lockdowns are put in place this amount is increasing. All electrical appliances can contain toxic substances in the form of heavy metals or chemicals that are considered a hazard to health. By recycling WEEE the base materials are recovered and is then diverted from landfill because when WEEE waste is dumped to landfill and left to decay, the toxins will slowly release which in turn contaminates our drinking water and earths soil.

WEEE recycling is a law in Europe and it states that everyone must dispose of their e-waste in a responsible manner. Ensuring homes and businesses recycle, reuse or recover e-waste before disposal.

Here at Recycling Management collections are scheduled at the start of every month and the process repeats. Our flat-bed vehicles and drivers are ADR registered, which means that your hazardous materials are safe to be collected by us. Please get in contact with a member of our team today to organise a collection or to be quoted.

Please contact us for a quote or to organise a collection.



Here at Recycling Management we buy all grades of Ferrous metals, whether it is commercial or household.

Ferrous metals have magnetic properties; Wrought iron, carbon steel, mild steel, cast iron and stainless steel are considered ferrous metals, known for their durability and tensile strength. Due to these properties, some common places where ferrous metals are used are skyscrapers, shipping containers, railroad tracks, long bridges, industrial piping, and automobiles.

Simply get in touch with a member of our team today for a quote or to book a collection.

Call us on 0121 328 5000 or email [email protected]



The plastics industry has rapidly grown over the last few decades and the need for waste management has increased aggressively. Nearly 350 million tonnes of plastic are produced each year, world-wide. Packaging of produce such as bottles make up for 40 percent of the plastic produced which most of the time ends up in landfills.

Some of the advantages to recycling plastics are conservation of energy, saves petroleum, reduction in CO2 emissions and saves rubbish tip space which in turn help to keep our air and water clear.


Whether it is Polystyrene (PS), Polypropylene (PP), Low-density polyethene (LDPE), Plasticised Polyvinyl chloride or polyvinyl chloride (PVC), High-density polyethene (HDPE), Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), all plastic can be difficult to recycle.


A simple recycling process consists of stages like collecting, sorting, shredding, cleaning and palletising.  The type of process used to recycle plastics depends on the types of plastic and also the resin code it obtains; differentiated by numerical classification 1-7. Keeping in mind, not all plastics are recyclable. For example, PET has the highest recycling value where as some form of Polystyrene and other plastics such as acrylic and plastic bags may not be able to be recycled due to high risk of clogging processing machinery and is therefore not economically or environmentally effective.


Making sure that plastics are in the hands of a professional service ensures the process is done in an efficient and effective manner. Here at Recycling Management we are able to work with you to create an effective custom build recycling solution which is eco-friendly and efficient. You can see the services we offer on our services page on our website or if you would prefer, get in touch with a member of our team today to find out how we can help you.

Contact us on 0121 328 5000 or send over your enquiry over to us here:   Get in Touch 

Here at Recycling Management we buy and sell all grades of non-ferrous solids or swarf. Aluminium, Aluminium cast, Copper, Stainless, Brass, Tin and Zinc all class as non-ferrous metals. As well as Precious metals like silver, gold and titanium etc.  

If you have got any non-ferrous metals, bring it to us or alternatively we offer a FREE collection and bin service. 

email us at [email protected]

call us on 0121 328 5000 




We have administration staff working remotely from home, supporting customers and our  Recycling Plants are operational as KEY workers. Operating with the required “social distancing” measures.


*Should your envisage the need for support/collections in the next few weeks/months we would like to help


  • Minimising environmental impact and reduction to landfill.
  • Extensive range of collection options from small skips to 40cu yard Roll/on/off containers to nationwide bulkers.
  • Operating our own facilities allows us to control our pricing and gives you the client a much better return for their scrap metals.

We are strong believers in supplying and supporting the local economy. The regions strength in metal working/manufacturing creates scrap and provides the foundry’s to re-use it.

The emergence of “The circular economy” fits precisely with our business ethos.

Why circular economy

As well as creating new opportunities for growth, a more circular economy will:

  • Reduce waste
  • Drive greater resource productivity
  • Deliver a more competitive UK economy.

position the UK to better address emerging resource security/scarcity issues in the future.

help reduce the environmental impacts of our production and consumption in both the UK and abroad.

(sourse WRAP website)

This ethos also fits precisely with the Waste Hierarchy model of Reduce, Re-use, Recycle, Recovery, landfill in order of preference.

More information on your legal “duty of care”

More information on “The Waste Hierarchy”

Recycling Management Ltd, MIM’s only true Total Waste Management supplier, are proud to announce that we have been nominated for Metals Recycling Business of the Year 2019 at the Awards for Excellence in Recycling & Waste Management.

We are absolutely over the moon and feel that our hard work and determination to fully embrace diversity in the workplace, coupled with our outstanding push towards a revamped brand is finally paying off.  Every day we are at the forefront of manufacturing support and our increased fleet and in-house systems are the backbone of our operation.

We are the only Midlands-based business to be nominated so we feel that we are representing our community and by extension the MIM Family.

When we decided to rebrand and revamp our look it was to try and remove some of the stigma attached to suppliers in the waste management sector.

Couple this with our continued push to promote and enhance our female workforce and I can say without doubt that we are doing more here than 75% of the companies who tick boxes by attending a diversity workshop.

And now we have been rewarded for our efforts.

We have always felt that the MIM Family keep us at arm’s length, perhaps its because we just aren’t a glamourous sector, but I can tell you all that we are as vital as any other business in the manufacturing supply chain.   If we don’t deliver our services then your workforce grind to a halt.  If we don’t perform to the highest standard then the very real, living environment is harmed.  That environment belongs to all of us and we feel a strong responsibility towards making a genuine change, not just a box ticking exercise.

We are looking forward to meeting you all at the MiM Expo this year and beginning progressive and meaningful dialogue.  But we aren’t mind-readers and if you don’t tell us what you need then we can’t help.  I fail to understand how we can offer free audits and more money per tonne only to be met with a lack of interest.  If you are all doing so well with the environment then please let us visit your site to see how you do it!

Get in touch, come and see us at G27 on the day of the Expo – you’ll be glad you did.

Global Recycling Day was created in 2018 to help recognise, and celebrate, the importance recycling plays in preserving our precious primary resources and securing the future of our planet. It is a day for the world to come together and put the planet first.

Every year, the earth yields billions of tons of resources to transform into consumables. At some point, there can only be nothing left. That’s why we all must, think again about what we throw away – seeing not waste, but opportunity.

Here at Recycling Management Ltd we service manufacturing companies across every sector, our consultants are fully trained to identify the best avenue to take when choosing a route to recycling and minimising the impact to our environment.

We collect, process and recycle scrap metal but we also manage packaging and hazardous wastes, supplying a collection for both streams providing the volume is significant.

Please email us to advise you on managing your waste streams but more importantly keeping the environment clean !!!

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Recycling Management Ltd

Customer Reviews

Mr Price January 2022

Great service, reliable & friendly. Always on time and pay great rates.

Mr Bradford January 2022

Great company friendly staff

Mr Stewart January 2022

I have working with Recycling Management (RM) for well over a year now and found them to be a excellent company to work with. Although it hasn't happened often, when there has been a mix of communications it has been dealt with urgently and professionally. I have met with the key personnel in RM and visited their site in the Midlands too which was an excellent advert for their business. They also service our northern site in Sheffield and we have had absolutely no issues with any of their vehicles, drivers or service.

First class outfit.

Mr Gandhi January 2022

Hassle free service both with drivers & the office staff

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Mr Kirkby January 2022

The service is very good and the contact is excellent.

Mrs. Wood 14/12/2020

Debbie is an excellent representative, always extremely helpful, responsive to queries and very friendly. She always goes the extra mile to help and works with us to make things as smooth as possible. Couldn't ask for more really!

Mr. Price 14/12/2020

Good and very professional service. Easy to deal With great rates of pay offered, would recommend 100%.

Mr. Aucott 28/12/2020

Hi and a happy new year to you all. My apologies for not filling this out sooner but just been so busy. Can't complain at all about your services, you always try and accommodate our needs as its hard to judge when our bins will be full but you always help us out. And as for your representative Mr Lee Perry, well........ what can one say....... he's salt of the earth and always been upfront with me and he's always been there at the end of the phone with help and advice when needed, even when I've contacted him over the weekend or at alton towers. In a nutshell I'd recommend recycling management to anyone, 10 out of 10 all around. Cheers, Tim Aucott
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