• Transforming the future of waste management

With LifeCycle for the first time, we have a choice. Partnering with phs LifeCycle will help you achieve your environmental and sustainability targets.

UK landfill space will run out within the next decade and by 2020, the UK must reduce biodegradable waste going to landfill. Failure to do so will lead to substantial financial penalties.

How does it work?
Hygiene waste (i.e. sanitary, incontinence and nappy products) is collected from our customers and is taken to our state-of-the-art facility in the Midlands. Waste is then processed by shredding, squeezing and compacting waste to create a highly efficient fuel known as Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF). RDF is a term used to describe fuel produced from waste that has undergone some sort of process. The RDF fuel that we produce could be used to power homes, schools and factories.

Why phs?
With an international patent, phs LifeCycle is the only organisation that can offer this waste to energy solution on such an industrial scale. Our aim is to divert 35,000 hygiene waste away from landfill in 2018.

Being Human
Today there are around 3.2 million people in the UK over the age of 65 suffering from urinary incontinence. With an ageing population and the overall UK population set to rise to 68.5 million by 2025, the amount of human waste will increase dramatically.

Being There
With nationwide coverage, we are Next door. Everywhere – meaning we can cater for and service customers across the country. LifeCycle is phs’s world leading waste to energy plant with potential to reshape the disposal of waste in the market.

Being Leaders
Our environmental efforts don’t stop with LifeCycle – we also contribute to a sustainable future by reducing our carbon footprint by 6% year on year, provide economical hand dryers, recycled matting, air purification and water control products benefiting our customers and the environment in one.

Pledge today and join us on our journey in creating a sustainable and brighter future. 

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