Commitment to Quality Service.


Perrys are committed to providing a first class service, advice and the best sourced equipment and storage containers to our customers, as we endeavour to provide a reliable and environmental service to all customers with scheduled or on-demand collections. In order to maintain this level of service we have approved quality systems in place which are independently audited by UKAS approved auditors.


ISO 9001 & 14001 quality systems, which documents, manages processes, people and assess quality control with measured control systems. In order for Perrys Recycling to manage effectively the level of service provided and corrective action for continual improvement.

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The waste management industry is central to delivering the necessary changes in the way we manage waste and in protecting the environment and safeguarding human health. The EA regulates the waste management activities including the transport, treatment and disposal of wastes. The main regulatory role in the sustainable management of waste is to protect the environment and human health through a system of waste permitting (waste management licensing and Pollution Prevention and Control (PPC) permits); compliance assessment, monitoring and enforcement.



Perrys Recycling & Security Shredding Service are approved members of the British security Industry Association. This trade association is for the professional security industry in the UK. Its members provide over 70% of UK security products and services and adhere to strict quality standards. The Information Destruction Section. The BSIA Information Destruction

Section consists of companies that undertake the secure destruction of information in all its forms, for example paper, DVDs and computer hard-drives. They also dispose of other items that could cause problems if they fall into the wrong hands, such as branded products and uniforms.


A major focus of the Information Destruction Section is to highlight both the overall importance of information destruction for businesses and the benefits to be gained from using a quality supplier. With identity fraud rising, many problems can occur - both legal and commercial- if sensitive information is not disposed of responsibly and destroyed effectively.

The work of the ID section is particularly relevant to the Data Protection Act. This requires a company's data controller to choose an information destruction company providing sufficient guarantees of security measures, including destruction being carried out under contract and evidenced in writing.

All BSIA Information Destruction companies offer this quality guarantee. In addition, they are independently inspected to a New European Information Destruction Standards BS EN 15713:2009, replacing BS8470 as part of their ISO 9001:2000 inspection. The British Standard is based on a BSIA code of practice developed by the section.


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The United Kingdom Security Shredding Association stipulates and enforces the highest standards in confidential data destruction and the manner in which it is undertaken, including compliance with BS 8470. UKSSA comprises the United Kingdom's leading providers of confidential data destruction services and all members must adhere to these standards and commit to regular, random assessments of their operations conducted by an independent auditing body., (NSi - National Security Inspectorate auditors) It is this focus on quality and probity that sets UKSSA members apart from the rest of the industry and gives you total assurance that your confidential data will be destroyed efficiently and effectively.



'Executive council member, Chris Perry, comments, "I think the association has long-recognised the need to place its affairs on a more professional footing in order to provide a more effective services for members and the industry as a whole.'


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FTA is one of the largest trade associations in the UK representing the transport interests of some 12,000 companies. FTA members operate over 200,000 lorries and around one million light vans; they consign over 90 per cent of the freight moved by rail; and they are responsible for over 70 per cent of UK visible exports by sea and air.


Climate change is one of the biggest issues facing the freight and logistics industry, and we are already responding to the challenge. Since 1995 C02 emissions from heavy goods vehicles have remained stable despite sustained economic growth. Quite simply it's called sustainable distribution and FTA believes that the freight industry has a positive contribution to make. FTA members are making themselves lean and efficient, cutting down waste and investing in modern, efficient technology.






SAFEcontractor is a health and safety assessment scheme that is recognised all over the UK. The scheme has been designed to take the hassles out of health and safety by managing your list of approved contractors more efficiently and cost effectively. SAFEcontractor is effectively the clients approved contractor list. We capture a variety of information on contractors capabilities which will assist you when selecting one for a new project or contract.


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