One of the leading recycling companies in the North West of England has recently demonstrated an ongoing commitment to continuous improvement by installing a new state of the art washing plant. The Nick Brookes Group, based in Cheshire is now running a 120 ton per hour C&D waste recycling plant from County Tyrone company, CDE.
The Nick Brookes Group is one of the most prominent recycling companies in the region and have decades of experience in the waste, recycling and demolition sectors counting several leading house builders and local authorities among their customers.
Their extensive recycling operation opened at its current location in 2005 and processes the full range of materials including metals, wood, paper & cardboard, green waste, plastics and construction and demolition waste material.
The new washing plant from CDE was purchased to improve the handling of the construction and demolition waste material that is received at the site, which can be found just off the A51 near Nantwich.
“We made the decision to install the CDE plant as we wanted to improve the quality of the final products we were able to produce from the construction and demolition waste that we take in” explains Nick. “The decision to run with the CDE plant was made after we visited quite a few of their other recycling installations throughout the country. We were impressed not only with the quality of the plants but with the willingness of their existing clients to offer support for CDE’s claims regarding performance.”