Severn Trent Water


  • Removal and clearance of office furniture
  • Recycling of 4 x fridges

The Project

In April 2017, Johnsons undertook a clearance and recycling project for Severn Trent Water. The aim was to clear five rooms of redundant furniture at Meteor Business Park in Staverton, as well as an additional office at a different site over a two day period.

The clearance included the recycling of 4 x fridges under the WEEE regulations.

Recycling management: Johnsons’ environmental management system is in line with our ISO14001:2004 accreditation. We are a registered waste carrier in the UK and conduct all our recycling to comply with applicable laws, regulations and other environmentally orientated requirements.

Data destruction / Data protection and removal: Johnsons guarantees the destruction of all data held on any device collected. We provided offsite shredding, degaussing and data erasing software completed to CESG destruction standards.

The Outcome

Once identified that they were going to recycling, the items were broken down in to their component parts and distributed to the appropriate and approved recycling centers.

We issued a report to Severn Trent Water for the items which we recycled. The report issued included details of:

 The total volume of redundant FF&E collected from your sites
 The breakdown of FF&E recycled based on waste classification codes
 The total weight of all FF&E recycled based on waste classification codes
 The total volume of FF&E reused or resold