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SAVINGS CALCULATED WITH WORSLEY PLANT

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Waste processing expert and equipment supplier, Worsley Plant, is offering advice to customers affected by recent HMRC guidance on landfill tax and showing how much they could save with its new savings calculator at RWM next week (11-13 September).

The calculator works out how much the demolition, skip hire and waste management industries could save – if they used the Flex X Tract and Max X Tract density separators to process their commercial and industrial (C&I) and construction and demolition (C&D) wastes – by working out the proportion of high quality materials which can be extracted to generate a revenue stream as well as the landfill volumes it cuts.

Sean Heron, managing director at Worsley Plant said: “Recent HMRC guidance on landfill tax particularly in relation to trommel fines means this machine is making more of an impact and helping those businesses who manage large volumes of waste material to reduce their costs whilst improving environmental performance.

“The Max X Tract density separator is unrivalled in its ability to extract material with a market value. It uses the latest technology in material separation and is helping businesses processing waste to extract valuable material from its trommel fines which in turn is reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill.”

Wheeldon Brothers in Bury, Manchester has cut its disposal costs by over 90% since the Max X Tract was installed earlier this year. James Wheeldon of Wheeldon Brothers said: “Having the Max X Tract means we are extracting a significant proportion of material, much of which we can sell rather than paying to get rid of, so it is keeping our costs down when waste disposal costs are rising.”

RWM visitors are invited to the stand to get advice and calculate how much they could save based on the number of tonnes they process on a daily or monthly basis. Visitors who try the calculator at the stand can enter a prize draw to win a Dig a Crusher jacket and bag.

The calculator can also be used online at Worsley Plant’s new website from 11 September: www.worsleyplant.co.uk

7th September 2012

Location:

Worsley Plant Ltd,Road Beta,Brooks Lane Industrial Estate,Middlewich,Cheshire,CW10 0QF