This increasing focus has seen both the EU and England set targets aiming for more than 60 per cent of municipal waste to be recycled or prepared for reuse by the 2030s.2,3 These moves are encouraging the growth of the region’s circular economy, creating opportunities for waste-to-resource companies focused on advanced recycling and materials recovery.
Beauparc leaders reflect on the company's growth and how it is transforming and investing in new and existing facilities to expand its recycling and recovery capabilities.
As well as providing traditional waste collection and disposal services, Beauparc has invested heavily in its processing, recycling and recovery capabilities. Beauparc is seeking to minimise the amount of waste that would otherwise be destined for landfill by producing economic resources including recycled PET plastic, refuse derived fuels, recovered soils and biofuels from waste.
Macquarie recognised Beauparc could play an even greater role in the circular economy by leveraging its established position at the centre of the waste value chain. With Macquarie’s support, Beauparc has begun transforming and investing in new and existing facilities to expand its recycling and recovery capabilities beyond paper, metals and plastics.