Materials Recovery Facilities

Materials Recovery Facilities

Modern waste collection methods in many parts of the UK aim for 'source segregation' - separating as much recyclable material as possible from our municipal and commercial waste streams at the point of generation. But this approach often doesn't capture all of the recyclable materials, and a lot of them still find their way into our residual waste bins. In other cases, the source separation results in different recyclates - such as metals, plastics and cardboard - being collected together.  
 
In a world where the commercial viability of recycling is determined by the purity of the recovered recyclates, MRFs are a vital cog in our waste treatment infrastructure. They can separate mixed streams of recyclates to very high levels of purity, and can recover recyclable materials from residual waste streams that would otherwise be lost forever to landfill or incineration.
 
Our experience in the development of MRFs runs deep and wide. From helping to develop the initial concept through to technology selection and layout, planning and permitting, engineering design, construction and commissioning, we can be with you every step of the way to make sure your new facility meets your business needs.
 

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John Topping John Topping
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Gareth Davies Gareth Davies
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Luke Prazsky Luke Prazsky
Technical Director
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