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The M&K TPS120 Track Picking Station with Integrated Air Separation – a mobile recycling plant that puts sustainable profits first

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The M&K TPS120 Track Picking Station – a mobile recycling plant that puts sustainable profits first. All business owners want to maximise profits in a sustainable way. For Waste Companies, the key challenge is to improve recycling rates, minimise costs and maximise production to the lowest possible cost per produced ton.

Waste Recycling Plant

Yorwaste awarded five-year recycling contract

Recycling, Yorwaste

Yorwaste, a Yorkshire-based waste management and recycling company (and valued M&K customer), has been awarded a five-year contract to process and sell an estimated 11,000 tonnes of dry recyclate annually for Redcar & Cleveland borough council.

Large-scale Energy from Waste set to lose out as Scotland steps up zero waste

Energy, Energy from Waste, Recycling

  Scotland’s emerging waste treatment landscape will be dominated by localised facilities rather than large-scale energy recovery (energy from waste), a group of experts have forecast. The country’s zero waste agenda, which is more ambitious and prescriptive than England’s, requires all waste to be pre-treated to remove recyclates before being sent for energy recovery.This driver will not only incentivise operators …

Diversion from landfill : McGrath Group

RDF, Recycling

Tara Donaghy of McGrath Group explains how incremental changes in technology and government support helped her company achieve its goal to develop a fully sustainable recycling system that diverts all but hazardous waste from landfill. In March 2008 the Chancellor, Alistair Darling announced the biggest hike in landfill tax since its inception in 1996 – a whopping £8 per tonne …

SRF Plant

Recycling Works

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Recycling Works.  GREEN THINKING : ‘YOU GET ALL SORTS HERE. A while back there was a dead cat and the other week there was a cartridge full of bullets.” Beside us, a conveyor belt of detritus, aluminium cans, plastic bottles, newspapers and household bills chunders relentlessly past. A team of workers picks out the non-recyclables (including cats and bullets) that …