Westminster Waste, based in the heart of London, have carried out major upgrades of their processing plant this year, in partnership with recycling plant builder, Kiverco. As an innovative and fast-moving company, one of their key objectives is zero waste to landfill. The recent upgrades have not only helped achieve this but also enabled them to create a more streamlined and efficient plant that produces high-quality end-products.
Scrapco Metal Recycling, a family run business in Kent, has recently taken ownership of a new Kiverco waste recycling plant. Scrapco, which first started trading in scrap metal in 2006, has seen their more recent skip hire service grow rapidly. This meant that they required a new recycling system that would be flexible and could be adapted to accommodate further growth.
Having a small site doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t expand or find ways to make your waste recycling plant more efficient. Innovative solutions can be found to upgrade your existing processes without using up excess space in your yard or building, as storage space is often at a premium in most sites.
A recent project for Ground Waste Recycling in England, has highlighted how “no one size fits all” when it comes to Kiverco installations. The company approached Kiverco with quite specific requirements and it was up to the Kiverco team to get all of the elements to work well together.
Finlay Hire add Kiverco mobile compact plant range to their rental equipment fleet.
KIVERCO have announced the appointment of Finlay Hire, part of the Finlay Group of companies, as a new licensed hire specialist with responsibility for leasing the recently introduced Kiverco mobile compact range throughout England and Wales.
Kiverco have always been proud of their solid and robust recycling equipment. This renowned, long-lasting quality was evident during a recent recycling plant installation where the customer, Weir Waste, requested to incorporate their old Kiverco equipment with the new equipment being installed at their recycling plant at Oldbury.
Kiverco recently had the opportunity to carry out a working demonstration of the new Kiverco Compact plant at the recent JCB Waste & Recycling Event and what a success!
Following last year’s installation of a recycling plant at Mick George’s St. Ives site, Kiverco & Mick George are delighted to be shortlisted as finalists for Business Partnership of the Year at the upcoming National Recycling Awards.
Due to rapid growth in waste volumes and an increase in landfill taxes, Mick George Ltd, based in the UK, were keen to streamline their operations. They realised investment in a new materials recovery facility was required and they approached Kiverco to design and install a state of the art recycling plant at their site in St. Ives.
Tom White Waste Ltd was formed in 1981, when Tom White found it difficult to obtain waste management services for his other businesses and decided to start his own waste management operation.