Kiverco News

Thursday, 07 April

Kiverco, at the heart of the Community.

Kiverco Ltd located on Gortnalough Road, Brocagh, Co Tyrone, has invested in a new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for the benefit of our colleagues and the local community.

Tuesday, 15 February News, Kiverco News

Kiverco supports UAE-based Dulsco’s commitment to creating a circular economy

Northern Ireland company Kiverco was appointed as a specialist plant provider by UAE based company Dulsco to supply a material recovery facility (MRF) plant to support Dulsco’s vision to transform its waste into reusable and recycled products.

Monday, 14 February Kiverco News

Minister of State Experiences Kiverco’s ‘World’s Toughest’ Credentials – First Hand.

Kiverco was delighted to welcome Conor Burns, MP, Minister of State for Northern Ireland on Thursday 10th of February to their global headquarters in Co Tyrone. Owners Anne and Aidan McKiver spent quite some time with Minister Burns discussing the work Kiverco does, the markets Kiverco supply equipment to and how Kiverco has been leading the world by designing and engineering the world’s toughest recycling plant since 1993.

Thursday, 27 January

WRC Recycling support continued expansion with a new state-of-the-art Kiverco Recycling Plant, resulting in a major recruitment drive.

Renfrewshire-based Recycling firm, WRC Recycling, continues to expand with the design, supply, and installation of a new multi-million-pound Kiverco Recycling Plant, resulting in a major recruitment drive in the local community.

Thursday, 23 December


2021 has been an excellent year for Kiverco despite all the challenges
presented by Covid, cost increases, and supply issues. Our order book is
healthier than it has ever been which is not only great for ensuring the
continued success of the business but also for our community as we
have many excellent job opportunities for local people.
But let’s focus on what we have achieved in 2021.

Tuesday, 07 December

Island Waste invest in plant upgrade to improve sustainability in Guernsey

Island Waste is focused on creating a more sustainable environment and diverting Guernsey’s waste from landfill to recover recyclables. The company currently prevents over 70% of the island’s waste from going to landfill, diverting 12,000 tonnes of rubbish annually which is then sorted and separated for re-use or recycling. The new static Kiverco waste plant will offer the company the opportunity to diversify and add new waste streams to continuously improve on the percentage of waste being recovered with the aim of Zero waste to landfill.

Thursday, 04 November

New state-of-the-art Kiverco waste plant for Smiths (Gloucester) Ltd.

For nearly 40 years, Smiths (Gloucester) Ltd has run a successful family business and become one of the largest companies in the whole of Gloucestershire. Operated by two generations of the Smith family, the company offers a wide range of services to the Construction industry.

Monday, 04 October News

Kiverco Represents UK in World Expo 2020

For over 170 years’ World Expos have shaped and driven change to inspire innovation, which has shaped the world that we live in today. Expo 2020 Dubai has been described as the ‘World’s Greatest Show of Human Brilliance and Achievement’, with the core theme ‘Connecting Minds. Creating the Future.’ through sustainability, mobility, and opportunity.

Monday, 13 September

We're Exhibiting at Let's Recycle Live

For the first time this year we are delighted to be back at a live exhibition. 

We will be situated at Stand D1 at Let's Recycle Live on the 15th and 16th of September 2021.

Wednesday, 25 August Customer News

Holywell Haulage invests in a multi-million-pound Kiverco waste recycling plant.

Holywell Haulage Limited has recently chosen Kiverco to design, build and install a new static waste processing system for their site in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. The new plant will process Construction, Demolition, Commercial, and Industrial waste as part of a multi-million-pound investment that highlights Holywell’s commitment to sustainability by diverting all waste away from landfill. The new plant will be capable of processing up to 60tph and will include waste screens, air density separation systems, magnetic separation, and quality control points to ensure maximum purity of recyclable materials.