Lancashire-based environmental product producer Glasdon UK Limited has released its new Nexus evolution recycling unit.
The Nexus Evolution is entirely customisable and is available in a multitude of colours, sizes and configurations, as well as more than 50 apertures able to collect a wide variety of waste, including cups and confidential waste.
P&D Materials Recovery (PDMR) Ltd engaged Impact Air Systems to assist with cleaning glass at its purpose-built recycling plant at Chatham Docks to achieve a consistent and cost-effective saleable product, with positive results.
Recycling equipment hire company CRJ Services Ltd and distributor Matpro Machinery Ltd have announced the amalgamation of the two companies into a single brand in a bid to streamline internal processes and meet customers’ demands more effectively.
This autumn, Taiwan hosted its first trade exhibition and conference dedicated to the circular economy. Charles Newman reports on the innovations that reflect this new focus on managing the flow of waste materials into new products.
BRITA UK’s report finds that while eight out of 10 hospitality businesses view reducing waste as a priority, especially single-use plastics, cost is seen as a significant potential barrier to achieving this.
Alderney’s States Works Department has contracted Somerset-based recycling machinery specialist Middleton Engineering to supply and install a new closed-end, semi-automatic baler at its Glacis recycling centre.