A general view of the new machinery at the ETM site

Bristol-based recycling company ETM Recycling has opened a MRF for commercial and construction waste.

The company said it invested £4million in the new Turmec facility, which it says is now “the most efficient and effective plant in the South West processing construction and commercial waste”.

The facility will double the amount of waste ETM have previously been able to handle and process at its Ashton Vale site to 150,000 tonnes and will process 80 tonnes per hour, an output that up until now ETM could only achieve in 24 hours.

Amy McCormack, director of ETM Recycling, said: “It seems like a long time ago when we put the wheels in motion for this, but since the build began at the start of the year it really gathered pace. To finally have it open and operational has been well worth the wait.”

“The configuration and layout are the most innovative that can be found anywhere in the South West of the UK.”

Brian Thornton, chief executive of Turmec

For the original article, please visit Letsrecycle – ETM Recycling opens Bristol MRF

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