Bailey’s Skip Hire & Recycling Ltd commission CRS NI Ltd for new Waste Recycling Plant

Bailey’s Skip Hire and Recycling Ltd have commissioned CRS NI Ltd to design & manufacture a large Waste Recycling Plant for their site in Corby, UK.

The new plant will process through 100 to 120 tonnes of C&D materials per hour, on a footprint of 80m x 50m, with completion in early 2023.

Bailey’s initially approached CRS, requiring a Facility capable of sorting and separating C&D waste with a Zero Waste to Landfill ambition. They intend on producing a number of quality aggregates through the plant, including reclaimed wood and stone. The plant will also lift out toxic plastic and leave a clean RDF product that they will also process to supply energy for the Electric Grid. All in all, Bailey’s aim is to reuse all materials and return none to landfill.

Levi Robinson, General Manager at Bailey’s, commented on the new project, “To continue our partnership with CRS NI Ltd, we have instructed CRS to design and commission a new automated picking line to further increase our recycling and recovery rates.

“Our aim and moto, has always been to, recycle today to save tomorrow, and with this large investment we are making for our customers and community, this proves our commitment to the cause.

“The quality of the end product will be greatly improved, along with the increased throughput per hour we can operate.

“We are very happy with the process of the purchase so far and we are excited to have this plant fully commissioned this year.”

Sean Conlon, Company Director at CRS, said “CRS NI Ltd are excited to be working with Baileys Skip Hire & Recycling Ltd, a company delivering comprehensive waste recycling services for both commercial and domestic sectors, across the Northamptonshire region.”

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