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Material Recycling Facility

The Mick George Group is helping commercial operators achieve Waste Management objectives and streamline their waste, courtesy of their multiple Material Recycling Facilities (MRF)

Materials Recycling Facilities

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.

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, with those that have, receiving the huge opportunity for financial gain, through the reduction of resources going to landfill.

The Mick George Group is helping companies achieve that objective and streamline their waste, courtesy of their multiple owned and operated Materials Recycling Facilities (MRF). Our various plant incorporates state-of-the-art, modern technology that’s revolutionising the way waste is handled; maximising recovery and recycling rates for clients.

Materials Recycling Facilities

Our robust Materials Recycling Facilities confirm the Mick George Group at the forefront of the Waste Industry.

The innovative MRF technology is optimised to process larger capacities of waste materials, in a much more advanced and methodical way than ever before.

Through a process of feeding, screening, shredding and segregation of waste materials, we’re able to recycle high volumes of both ‘dry’ and ‘wet’ waste streams, helping improve our clients environmental credentials.

In essence, we’re able to recover greater resource ‘types’, as we strive towards zero waste to landfill. For example, waste that is often dismissed as ‘residual waste’ – 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.

 

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How does our Materials Recycling Facility work?

  • Screens & Trommels to remove large recyclable items
  • Magnetic separation to identify ferrous metals
  • Optical separation for plastics
  • Air classification can help to separate light and heavy materials (paper for example
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Go Green

Waste Management

We have always received a reliable and professional Waste Management service. They help to provide modern, forward-thinking and sustainable Waste Management processes which are vital in our constantly evolving industry. We would highly recommend the Mick George Group to anyone requiring a fully compliant Waste Management service.

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Moran Sindall

Waste Management

We find the Mick George Group very easy to deal with, their customer service is always great and their quick turnaround times on exchanges, keeps our sites running smoothly. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them.

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Fletchers Waste Management

Waste Management

We have worked with the Mick George Group on a number or projects and always been offered excellent service and competitive pricing. Their customer service team are always on hand to help with any issues and are extremely friendly and easy to deal with. Finally, their state-of-the-art facilities situated throughout the UK mean that all your waste is dealt with in a compliant and ‘eco-friendly’ manner.

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