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Regional Waste Recycling

RWR have installed a gully waste processing plant to classify waste and recover sand from waste material.

RWR are specialists in the collection of solid and liquid waste and have become an established name in East London for handling a variety of tankered waste including gully waste, road sweepings and waste water from utility companies.

The main advantage from installing the CDEnviro system was the ability to reclassify waste, moving it from a ‘non-hazardous’ category to an ‘inert’ category for disposal, providing significant savings in landfill tax.

Approximately 15 tankers deliver to the Stratford site each day, taking in on average 350-400m3 per day. This material is manually fed into the G:Max system to be classified. The rag remains a waste product but the sand can be reused internally or disposed of as an inert waste.

Previously the system which was in place blocked regularly causing problems and downtime for the plant. The introduction of the G:Max system from CDEnviro means the system can now take in a much wider range of wastes to be processed without the problem of blockages.

The main benefits of the new system are achieved through recovering 0-4mm sand and grit which the G:Max now effectively recovers and washes. This is then disposed of as an inert waste diverting it from landfill. Overall 40-50% of the incoming material is sand which is recycled through this process and diverted from landfill. This represents a huge saving overall for RWR.

The remaining non-hazardous material is also dewatered, which reduces the weight of material to be disposed and also opens up more potential disposal outlets rather than being restricted to those only accepting solid/liquid wastes.

The savings made through the waste recycling at RWR are significant. The material is converted from a hazardous to an inert waste product producing a net saving of £53.50 per tonne in disposal costs. This will increase by a further £8 in April 2012 and again in April 2013.

The G:Max recycling system is suited to any waste handlers operation regardless of plant size as the equipment is compact enough to fit in an area the size of a single car parking space.
CDEnviro tailored the G:Max system specifically to RWR’s requirements by designing a system that could receive solid/liquid waste fed from an excavator bucket to suit their existing equipment on site.

CDEnviro design and manufacture a range of waste reduction and recycling equipment for application in the sewage, waste water, waste management and utility industries. These high performance, high efficiency materials recovery and recycling systems have been developed to substantially reduce waste to landfill and maximise the production of commercial grade products from a number of waste streams.
Throughout our history we have consistently brought new and innovative waste handling and recycling systems to all the industry sectors that we work in. We will continue to develop these systems to ensure the technology we offer enables our customers to maximize efficiencies and minimise costs.

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