A COMPANY in Co Tyrone which makes machinery for the waste industry has completed a multi-million pound project in England.
Kiverco Recycling Systems in Dungannon which employs over 50 people, designed, manufactured and installed a materials recycling facility (MRF) for Birmingham-based Weir Waste. The new facility will recover recyclable materials from commercial and industrial waste, diverting thousands of tonnes from landfill.
It will feed into a processing facility in Oldbury, enabling it to process over 25 tonnes every hour, making it one of the UK's biggest materials recycling facilities.
Kiverco said the project, which was contracted to them through supplier Blue Group, was a "major milestone".
Sales director John Lines said: "The Trinity Street MRF is the first of its kind for Kiverco and demonstrates our ability to deliver a project on this scale, one which has exceeded our client's expectations."
Daniel Weir, managing director of Weir Waste Services, said: "We are incredibly excited that Trinity Street MRF will be bringing new and innovative recycling machinery from UK companies such as Kiverco to help us and our customers in our commitments to the environment and sustainability."