1850 waste streams
Did you know that we treat more than 1,850 different waste streams in more than 2,500 ways? The world of waste is complex, let's not hide that. It is also a world we know like no-one else and we would be happy to help you assess your waste. Thanks to our knowledge, we find the best destination for your waste!
tonnes of waste treated annually
of recycling and upgrading
tonnes of new primary materials produced per year
kWh of green electricity production every year
Vanheede Environment Group does much more than install and empty bins and dumpsters for more than 1,850 waste streams. Find out about all our activities in our company video.
Vanheede tries to find appropriate processing methods for the largest number of waste streams possible. Ideally,...
Bulky waste is an important residual waste stream that ends up in household waste incinerators or landfills most...
Proud of our clients!
Pascal Antoin, Country Manager Volvo Group, Non Automotive Purchasing
Vanheede Environment Group is our partner in treating hazardous and non-hazardous substances. Sustainability is a priority for Volvo. We are constantly looking to improve our processes to reduce our mountain of waste. We want remaining material to be treated in the appropriate manner so that it can be reintroduced into industrial processes.To the Volvo Trucks case
Michel Oosterlinck, Purchasing Manager
VPK Packaging Group, a producer and supplier of sustainable cardboard packaging, works in partnership with Vanheede Environment Group for all its waste streams. Two sustainable companies, coming together through a well thought out, effective approach. The monitoring and reports on myVanheede have become an indispensable work tool
You have come to the right place
As you can see, you have come to the right place for managing your waste. We offer recycling possibilities for almost all waste streams. This is the only way that, together, we can build a circular economy and limit our environmental footprint.
“We constantly innovate and invest to make the best out of your waste.”
David Vanheede, CEO Vanheede Environment Group