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Agricultural firm opts to remain baling with Riverside

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Agrimin Ltd – world leader in animal health and nutrition – has invested in further baling technology from Riverside Waste Machinery.

Based in North Lincolnshire, the business has always been passionate about its duties to recycle, and the recent purchase of a second baler – an RWM 75 – has helped them manage this more efficiently.


UNTHA launches new finance packages to unlock industry growth

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Industrial shredding specialist UNTHA UK has launched a range of new finance packages to help unlock the growth potential of the country’s waste and recycling operators.

The flexible finance routes – offered by UNTHA Finance and underwritten by Close Brothers Asset Finance – have been devised to reflect the ever-changing make-up of organisations within the industry.


Hazardous waste specialist prepares for £1m revenue boost with new shredder

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Hazardous waste specialist Wastege has invested in an UNTHA S25 shredder as the team gears up to take on an additional £1m of business.

The Hull headquartered firm has more than 30 years’ waste management and recycling experience, supporting clients throughout the UK. But with an ever-growing reputation for tackling particularly complex materials, Wastege is increasingly being tasked to handle more unwanted wastes.

The organisation has therefore purchased an UNTHA S25 twin-shaft shredder to process hazardous packaging waste and guarantee the secure destruction of other sensitive products.


Academy gets an education in the benefits of baling

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Appleton Academy – an education provider based in Wyke – has recently invested in new waste baling equipment from Riverside Waste Machinery.

As Bradford’s first ‘all-through’ school, the establishment offers learning and development for children and young people from the age of 3 to 19 – and beyond.

The academy receives a wide range of deliveries – most of which are packaged in cardboard boxes – each week. It therefore seemed like the logical conclusion to begin handling the ‘waste’ in a ‘greener’ manner, believed John Wavell, estate manager at the school. And so the search for the right machine began.


Printing company returns to Riverside for baling needs

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Flexographic printing company RR Flexo has enhanced its recycling capabilities by further investing in new equipment from Riverside Waste Machinery.

No stranger to baling, the company has recently obtained a brand new RWM 450 HD machine, to deal with the large volumes of polythene waste produced by the firm on a daily basis.

Founded in 1982 by the two main shareholders Ron Dodd and Richard Green – hence the ‘RR’ in their name – the business has gone from strength to strength.