Holywell Haulage invest in new Kiverco recycling plant
Company increases waste-processing capacity with stationary fixed plant solution
HOLYWELL Haulage Ltd have recently chosen Kiverco to design, build and install a new static waste-processing plant for their site in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire.
The Kiverco plant will process construction, demolition, commercial and industrial wastes as part of a multi-million-pound investment that highlights Holywell’s commitment to sustainability by diverting all waste materials away from landfill.
Capable of processing up to 60 tonnes/h, the new waste-recycling plant will include waste screens, air density separation systems, magnetic separation and quality control points to ensure maximum purity of recyclable materials.
Holywell Haulage have grown rapidly since they were established in 1998 by current managing director Eamon Cullen. Today, the business is highly regarded and recognized as one of the leading waste-management names in the Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire regions.
Commenting on the new Kiverco plant investment, Eamon Cullen said: ‘Our core objectives were to ensure a higher quality of output material, divert 100% of the incoming waste from landfill and maximising our return on investment. With Kiverco’s state-of-the-art waste recycling plants, we are very confident that their systems will help us achieve our objectives and provide plenty of capacity for future growth.’
JP Devlin, regional sales manager for Kiverco, added: ‘It was clear from our initial discussions that Eamon and his team wanted a reliable, high-performance waste-recycling solution that worked efficiently and effectively, enabling maximum recovery of the various waste recyclables.
‘We are delighted to be working with Holywell Haulage to help them achieve their commercial and environmental objectives and are very grateful that they have placed their order and confidence with Kiverco to deliver results.’