Collard Group invests in Kiverco waste recycling plants

By Steve Ducker31 March 2021

United Kingdom-based Collard Group has bought three new Kiverco recycling plants for depots in the south east of England. The systems will process construction, demolition, commercial, industrial and household waste as part of a multi-million-pound investment.

Collard group.jpg Collard Group said it wanted to increasing throughput rates at three sites in the south east of England

Collard Group has been operating for over 25 years and the latest investment will enable the company to handle and process more waste at each site and produce a higher quality recycled product for its reprocessors.

“We wanted to increase the throughput rates at each site whilst ensuring we were maximising the quantity and quality of recycling, reuse and recovery,” said managing director Rob Collard.

“By increasing our processing at each site we’re also able to reduce our vehicle miles and therefore our carbon footprint.”

Kiverco has been designing, manufacturing, and installing waste recovery plants for more than a quarter of a century and is a highly respected waste plant provider in Britain and worldwide.

Con Gallagher, global sales manager at Kiverco, said: “We are delighted to be working with Collard Group to help them achieve their commercial and environmental objectives and are very grateful that they have placed their faith in us to deliver results.”

The first of the three plants will arrive in April with all three systems installed and running by the end of May. In total they will process more than 150,000 t a year of incoming waste.

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