Recycling Plant Video

The way that waste is being disposed of continues to evolve, and increasingly, so has the emphasis on businesses to embrace such changes, making sure that their waste is managed appropriately from start to finish.

No longer is this merely restricted to a conscious drive for organisations to boost their perceived ‘corporate social responsibility’, it is now much more than that. Pressures from regulatory bodies, and amends in legislation means that business operators now intentionally have to build ‘waste management’ more conservatively in to their strategic plans.

Those who have become more ‘savvy’ with this function, will have also adopted the huge opportunity for financial gain, if materials are disposed of utilising the contemporary new processes available, that will consequently limit any resources going to landfill.

Mick George Ltd is helping companies achieve that objective and streamline their waste, courtesy of their recent investment in a brand new Multi-Million Pound Recycling Plant. The new plant incorporates state-of-the-art, modern technology that is set to revolutionise the way waste is handled, maximising recovery and recycling rates for clients.

See for yourself, just how this works and could benefit you.

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The robust facility adds to an already impressive portfolio of recycling premises, confirming Mick George Ltd at the forefront of the industry.

The bespoke unit is optimised to process larger capacities of waste materials, in a much more advanced and methodical way than ever before, integrating innovative techniques. The main components will focus on the feeding, screening, shredding and segregation of waste materials.

Other benefits include the ability to recover greater resource ‘types’, indicatively assisting Mick George Ltd, as the company strives to achieve its zero waste to landfill aspiration. Waste that is often dismissed as ‘residual waste’, that is too small or dirty to be recycled will now be utilised as Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) for Power stations or similar facilities in exchange for materials such as Coal.

Jon Stump, Finance Director at Mick George Ltd commented: ‘’We recognise that waste isn’t a glamorous topic, or a discussion point that the majority of business owners are engaging in daily. The connotations that are attached with waste makes it sometimes difficult for people to accept that there are options available that could positively impact on profitability and driving down handling costs.’’

Stump Continued: ‘’We’re hoping that the video gives a clearer indication of what exactly happens to waste streams, and how the differential between our service and the standardised market offering, can save businesses money, notwithstanding the clear environmental benefits.’’