Biffa invests £3.1m in MRF glass cleaning

Biffa has invested £3.1 million into glass cleaning technology at its two ‘super’ MRFs at Aldridge in the West Midlands and Edmonton in North London, aiming to boost material quality and “reduce the risk presented by the volatile onward glass market”.

The multi-million pound investment has seen upgrades made to the two materials recycling facilities, enabling the output of glass from commingled material to be cleaned to produce “a better grade of glass” while ensuring “increased and sustainable profitability and growth for the business”.Read more at: www.letsrecycle.com/news/latest-news/biffa-invests-3-1m-in-mrf-glass-cleaning/Biffa has invested £3.1 million into glass cleaning technology at its two ‘super’ MRFs at Aldridge in the West Midlands and Edmonton in North London, aiming to boost material quality and “reduce the risk presented by the volatile onward glass market”.   

The multi-million pound investment has seen upgrades made to the two materials recycling facilities, enabling the output of glass from commingled material to be cleaned to produce “a better grade of glass” while ensuring “increased and sustainable profitability and growth for the business”.

Read more at: www.letsrecycle.com/news/latest-news/biffa-invests-3-1m-in-mrf-glass-cleaning/

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Date: 9 June 2015
Source: www.letsrecycle.com

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