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   “This also reduces the demand for virgin materials. For example, much of the drainage shingle used here in London is dredged from the North Sea. Now, contractors can choose a recycled product that meets the same standards, without negatively impacting the environment by transporting a raw material dredged from the seabed.
“We have our own research and development facility, and have developed our own processes to deliver materials that meet every required standard, including BSI and RAP Quality Protocols. We are rigorous with our testing; Sivyers is a fourth generation family business with a long-standing reputation for quality. Every stone we sell must uphold that.”
McCloskey machines; the muscle of the operation
Processing material are several McCloskey screeners, including three R230 High Energy Screeners, an S250 Screener – one the largest track mobile screeners in the world – and a tracked 621 Trommel, all supplied by McCloskey Equipment.
McCloskey boasts more than 35 years’ experience with Trommels – it was the company’s first line of products in the 1980s. Today, McCloskey is the world’s leading trommel manufacturer, having pioneered trommel design and innovation for more than three decades.
The 621 Trommel is perfectly suited to Sivyer’s operations, with a world-wide reputation of proven reliability in construction and demolition waste, topsoil, compost, waste recycling, as well as many other large screening applications.
Also supporting operations are three McCloskey R230 Screeners. As one of the most robust, durable and powerful heavy-duty mobile screeners at work around the world today, the R230 provides uncompromised production levels across even the most heavy-duty scalping operations.
Sivyer directly benefit from the performance of these High Energy Screeners; these three machines deliver the required high-volume outputs of the company’s vast operations, whilst reliably creating high-quality screened product, all delivered with the maximum efficiency.
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