Ahern Waste Management only settles for the best with Sennebogen and Kobelco.

Basildon based Waste Management specialists Ahern Waste Management only settles for the best with Sennebogen and Kobelco.

As one of the most respected and long standing Waste Management and Recycling business’ in the East London and South Essex area, Ahern Waste Management who were founded in 1948 have expanded their operation to become a true one-stop-shop for all customers waste requirements. Nearly 70 years on the business continues to grow and adapt inline with the changes within the waste recycling industry.

Now able to offer a range of services from their sites in Basildon and West Thurrock including: Waste Collection, On- Site Compaction, Material Recovery Facilities (MRF), Energy from Waste (EfW) and offering land reclamation / restoration for sites.

Molson Green Sales Manager, Adam Meeking said: “Ahern Waste Management are seen within the industry as a progressive business that can offer customer a friendly yet professional service. I have known the business and the people at Ahern Waste Management for many years and by using that understanding of their business, I was able to offer them the products that were right for what they wanted to achieve”.

He later added “The Sennebogen 821E was a perfect fit for their waste transfer station. After evaluating their requirements and explaining the features and benefits of the 821E compared with its competitors. This alongside the reassurance provided by the Molson Service Contract, I think it made for an easy choice”.

Weighing in at 24t, with a reach of nearly 11m to the end of the arm, the 821E offers an extensive working range. The rising cab function allows users in a waste environment to full visibility when loading bins to ensure that no space is left unfilled. All powered by a Cummins 4.5l (160 hp) direct injection, turbo charged power plant – this Bavarian giant is not short on power when called upon.

The Sennebogen 821E benefits that customers find particularly of benefit include:
An uninterrupted view from the cab. Thanks to joystick steering, there is no steering wheel and column obscuring the view of the driver. This allows for a clear line of site to the material he is picking from, improving productivity and efficiency.

Grab speed adjustment. Operators can adjust the grab speed via the clear and simple to use LCD display unit within the cab. This allows each operator to go at their desired speed, increasing safety and productivity.

Adam Smith Basildon Site Manager said: “A material handler is the heartbeat of any waste transfer station and our Sennebogen is no different. Once we had established which machines could meet our functional requirements, build quality and after sales support were the main factors in our buying decision. Adam was knowledgeable and pro-active when addressing these points and the back-up provided by the rest of the team at Molson has been excellent” he went on to add “The Kobelco SK140SRLC Molson were able to supply is primarily used on site clearance work and land reclamation / restoration jobs around the area, but can also be useful in our recycling centre during busy period and for finer picking”.

The Kobelco SK140SRLC-5 fitted with an NPK DG16 selector grab was purchased as part of an expansion of the Basildon recycling centre. This machine with its factory fitted blade and hammer and rotation circuit has been tailored to its working environment by Molson by adding a hydraulic quick hitch, rubber blocks, wide core radiator and bucket ram guard.

 
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