Why use us for your Recycling Building Project?
We come from the recycling and civil engineering sectors and have invested in the development of advanced concrete technology. We have won several prestigious awards for our innovative approach to environmental concerns.
The Waste (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2012, which became effective in January 2015 means recycling depots must ensure proper segregation of waste streams prior to treatment or disposal. Read our blog for more information on the legislation. Click here to read more
Our blocks are the ideal solution for waste management operators who are seeking cost effective solutions to properly manage their storage obligations. We supply our blocks to the UK’s leading waste management companies for their transfer stations including Veolia, Viridor and SIMS.
- Quick to build
- Cost effective
- Excellent mechanical impact resistance
- Excellent heat & fire resistance
- Easily reconconfigured
The protection of the public and site operatives is a business critical issue. You can use our blocks to create clearly designated pathways to keep people safe. . Just lay a row of single blocks between the pedestrian access and vehicles
You can quickly & easily build the following solutions in your depots with our blocks.
- Segregated recycling and material bays
- Fire protection walls
- Site security barriers
- Traffic management barriers
- Site safety walkways for personnel
Our advanced geo concrete is fireproof so you can build walls to segregate flammable materials from non flammable materials, buildings, plant and people.
Machinery buildings can be quickly built to project plant and machinery. Click on the links below to see more detail of each solution.
We manufacture three types of block. Virtabloc, Stackabloc and Wallbloc. Each have their own benefits and dimensions and can be used for heavy duty scrap and recycling bays. Click on the links below for more detail.
We can help you design your project and supply 2D and 3D drawings. This is a FREE added value service; just call us on the number at the top of the page. We will assess your requirements and prepare drawings and a fully costed proposal for your consideration.
Alternatively complete our enquiry form from this link. Click here to contact us for a quote