Axil signs an agreement on waste management systems with BMW

Axil said the five-year, undisclosed value contract would see him introduce changes to chemical, technical and logistical processes at all of BMW’s manufacturing and corporate sites in the UK, including Oxford, Chichester and Swindon, among others.

The changes are designed to optimize waste handling, separation and management, Axil said.

Jason Lang, chief commercial officer of Axil, said the BMW Group was a “pioneer in innovation”, including in its approach to sustainability.

“We are excited to partner with the team to reorganize waste streams to increase waste recycling and sanitation,” Lang added.

“Businesses today, particularly in manufacturing, are facing unprecedented economic pressure, but partnerships like this are key to ensuring we maintain our momentum to achieve ESG ambitions across the board. Of the industry.”


As part of the contract, Axil will introduce waste capture technology to track and attribute waste to specific areas of BMW’s business, allowing them to better understand where to “build efficiencies.”

In addition, Axil will introduce a “rescue mobile operational support team” which will provide personnel and men to the sites, “allowing the smooth running of waste management activities throughout the partnership”.

Axil says it provides waste management solutions to “some of the UK’s best-known brands” across a range of sectors including aerospace, automotive, food and pharmaceuticals.

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