Leadership that is trusted to deliver cost effective and sustainable services which empower customers and stakeholders to achieve a better future through technologies that address the challenges of climate change, renewable energy and resource redeployment.
To be the leading provider of integrated "green" waste resource solutions in our chosen markets by shaping the market through scale, innovation, trust & delivering customer value.
Greenstar is strongly committed to its Corporate Social
Responsibility and in particular to issues affecting the environment. Its environmental
policy extends not only to the many waste management services offered to customers,
but also to its own internal commitment to continually seek improvements in waste
handling and environmental protection. In addition, the company strives to prevent
pollution; promote recycling and recovery rates; inform and educate about environmental
activities; support local economy by sourcing materials locally; and to work with
suppliers to minimise their environmental impact.
Greenstar is dedicated to working in partnership
with employees, customers, local authorities, the EPA, industry, the media and
the public in generating awareness about the waste management industry. As market leader, Greenstar assumes a leadership position within the waste
management industry. Its wealth of experience in the sector is underpinned by
its commitment to designing, developing, managing and operating all its services
and facilities to the highest standards of international and environmental best practice. Greenstar's goal is to work in partnership with all customers to set the standard
in waste and environmental best practices.
At a local level, Greenstar aims to make the communities
in which it operates better places to live and do business. In addition to work
supporting local charities and sporting organisations, Greenstar also sponsors
research work with local authorities and educational institutions to increase
awareness and influence behaviour in the area of waste minimisation and conservation