Bramhall, UK -- As a sponsor and exhibitor at this year’s LARAC Conference, resource recovery specialist Axion Consulting will be showcasing its full range of waste management and recycling services at the two-day Nottingham event on October 15 and 16.
Of particular interest to local authority professionals in the waste and recycling sectors will be Axion’s skills and expertise in plant performance analysis, compositional analysis, bespoke waste team training, collection trials and Materials Recovery Facilities (MRF) process optimisation.Axion can also offer statistical analysis of kerbside collected materials to provide accurate composition data of mixed waste streams. The company will also be promoting its new range of Expert Opinion and Arbitration advice services – a great help to any local authorities involved in disputes over plant or processing performance.
“As a specialist in resource recovery, we find innovative solutions for waste streams that are either not currently recyclable or where limited value is recovered,” explains Caroline Howarth, Axion Marketing Manager.
“Having built up extensive expertise and experience through developing, building and now running our own recycling and plastics processing facilities at two Manchester sites, we can offer a comprehensive range of services to assist local authorities in all aspects of their waste management operations to suit all requirements and budgets.”
Caroline adds: “In sharing our knowledge with clients, we can help them to navigate the sector’s complexities and resolve any issues, ultimately saving them time and money. Our expert team looks forward to welcoming you on their stand.
Axion Consulting is part of the Axion Group that develops and operates innovative resource recovery and processing solutions for recycling waste materials. The Group works with a wide range of clients, from Government agencies and local authorities to companies in diverse commercial sectors, on the practical development of new processing and collection methods to recover value from waste resources.
For more information, contact Axion Consulting on 0161 426 7731 or visit the website - www.axionconsulting.co.uk.