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Neutron Equipment supply an Eggersmann Terra Select T60 to JM Recycling
Established in 1963, the Jack Moody Group (JMG) are a large West Midlands based landscape construction, recycling, and civil engineering business.
JM Recycling is a division of JMG who are one of the UK’s largest composting operations, growing considerably since 1996 with
750,000 tonnes of green waste being processed and diverted from landfill every year by the company.
JM Recycling was also the first to be granted the BSI PAS 100 standard by the Composting
Association (now AFOR), as well as being designated a ‘Best Practice Site’ by WRAP, a
government waste reduction initiative.
Green waste is recycled to produce a range of 100% recycled peat
free compost materials under the CARE
Compost brand, which is endorsed by BALI and has organic standard certification from the Soil
Association. The range of top dressing, soil
conditioner, mulches,
tree and shrub planting and growing media composts offer enhanced fertility and improved soil quality and is used nationwide by local authorities and both commercial and private landscapers and gardeners.
For the past 22 years JM Recycling have worked with local authorities processing and recycling organic waste to create high quality compost products. They now have six recycling sites in the UK which are predominantly green waste, wood, inert waste, and virgin products including a large logistics operation to transport all the material.
Faith in the product:
The new Eggersmann Terra Select T60 has been supplied to the JM Recycling Coventry operation by Neutron Equipment Ltd where it has replaced an older Eggersmann T8 and is now currently employed in processing compost to a precise specification.
Neutron Equipment Ltd who are based in Reading, Berkshire are the UK (south) & Ireland dealer for Eggersmann and manage a portfolio of other OEMs in the recycling, biomass, and forestry industries.
Rob Moody, Managing Director of JMG takes up the story, “We had been operating an Eggersmann T8 which has done more than 20,000 hours and has been an excellent workhouse and although we researched the market it made sense to go with the same brand as we have total confidence based on the 10 years of experience we have had from that machine.
“The new machine is processing around 100 tonnes/day and producing peat free compost. Currently, the market is very busy, and we cannot produce enough compost fast enough, and it is obvious that as we expand, we will have to invest in
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