We work with over 7000 businesses in the North West for collection of their kitchen waste. A large proportion of these are hotels, bars, venues, restaurants, takeaways, pubs, cafes, food manufacturers, events companies and other businesses who serve food and drink.
We understand the importance of proper waste management in the kitchen and the impact it can have on the environment. That’s why we offer tailored solutions to help businesses reduce their environmental impact while also saving time and money. Our goal is to make waste management in the kitchen as hassle-free as possible, so you can focus on running your business.
Why choose Fresh Start Waste services?
Audenshaw School, a reputable educational institution, was faced with the challenge of finding a waste and recycling collection service that could meet its unique needs. Earlier this year, they reached out to Fresh Start Waste, seeking a reliable and flexible partner. This case study explores their journey with Fresh Start and highlights the positive impact the partnership has had on the school’s sustainability goals.
Abraham Moss Community School
In today’s environmentally conscious world, organisations across various sectors are striving to implement sustainable practices. One such organisation is North Manchester’s Abraham Moss Community School, which is a thriving, multicultural community, which prides itself on its harmony and success.
Avela Home Service – South Liverpool
Avela Home Service LLP is a joint venture between Penny Lane Builders and South Liverpool Homes and delivers repairs and maintenance to thousands of homes in the social rented sector in South Liverpool. Avela Home Service invest into the local community by offering job opportunities and apprenticeship for local people.
Joseph Holt Pub Group
Joseph Holt is an independent English brewer of beer, founded in 1849 and remaining in the same family for six generations. The company is based in Manchester and owns 127 pubs in Greater Manchester and the North-West. Its beers are supplied to over 500 locations nationally, and they wanted to work with a recycling focused company which is why they chose Fresh Start Waste Services
The Royal Horticultural Society’s newest garden RHS Garden Bridgewater, in Salford has 154 acres to explore, set in historic landscapes also offers an extensive range of plants and gifts in their garden centre who wanted to review and improve their recycling.
Royal Court Theatre and Courtyard Restaurant
Royal Court Liverpool is the friendliest theatre in the city. With pre-show dining and a range of drinks served before and after the show, a trip to The Court is night of great entertainment.
Manchester Food and Drink Festival
Manchester Food and Drink Festival celebrated it’s 25-year anniversary this year and has become a staple in the diaries of many food and drink connoisseurs and lovers alike.
Red Fox and Peacock
Red Fox and Peacock are a group of hotel pub restaurants who pride themselves on providing a welcoming environment, great drinks and home cooked food. After working with a number of different waste collectors they moved to Carbon Conscious Fresh Start Waste in 2017.
Kampus is the new £250m garden neighbourhood developed in central Manchester by Capital & Centric and HBD. The development hosts a range of independent retail and F&B spaces set around a lush secret garden and central courtyard. Residents also benefit from a private landscaped podium, secure parking and cycle spaces and a rooftop residents’ gym and lounge which boast unparalleled views across Manchester.
Fresh Start have provided waste and recycling services at this iconic Manchester building since it relaunched in 2015. Following a £30m redevelopment, Grade II Listed, iconic Manchester building, The Corn Exchange, is now home to 14 restaurants including Gino D’Acampos, Alston Bar & Beef, Cosy Club, Wahaca, Zizzi and also houses a prestigious 114 room hotel.
Native aparthotels are a totally new way to stay. They provide the freedom and authenticity of a local apartment with the comfort and convenience of a boutique hotel. Their commitment is to always work to establish new ways of improving their sustainability, environmental impact, and social responsibility.
The newest addition to Yotel’s portfolio of hotels mixing great design, sustainability and affordability, opened in April 2021.
What type of waste and recycling do you collect from the hospitality sector?
We are servicing hospitality customers seven days per week and as such will conduct a free waste audit to develop a waste management service programme to suit your individual needs. We will encourage you to segregate your waste and recycling as well as consider ways to reduce waste produced as part of this. Many of our hospitality customers benefit from the following collections:
- Mixed recycling.
- General Waste.
What about reducing the waste my hospitality venue produces?
We all know food waste is bad for the environment and so have partnered with Too Good To Go, the worlds largest surplus food app offering a 360 degree solution to put edible food in bellies, and inedible food in recycling bins.
Whatever you do in hospitality, isn’t it good to know somebody’s got your back?