Coral’s new plant ready for January after investment boost

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Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd’s new in-house recycling plant, based at its site in Haydock, Merseyside, will be fully operational in January 2019, following a recent investment boost.

The recycling plant will provide a new avenue for councils and local authorities to recycle polypropylene waste products. At the site, the waste plastic will be reground and used to create new products, reducing the amount of waste going to landfill.Coral’s new plant ready for January after investment boost
     
The established plastics company took its range of plastic kerbside recycling and food waste products to both RWM and LARAC 2018, where they, along with its circular economy-efficient business model and processes, drew much interest from the assembled audiences of waste professionals.

Coral has a wide range of products designed for the collection and storage of waste, ranging from a five-litre food waste caddy to a 62-litre storage box.

The company’s 23-litre deluxe kerbside caddy was also discussed during LARAC 2018. It has been tried out by a wide variety of consumers in rural, urban and coastal locations, with positive feedback on Coral’s strong product, design achievements and quality testing processes.

You can find out more about Coral on the company’s website.