blank
Connect with us

Business

‘Largest in Wales’ wash plant to help recycle aggregate in Carmarthenshire

Published

on

A brand new washplant at an aggregate recycling facility at Cwmgwili in Carmarthenshire is the largest in Wales according to family-owned recycling company Gavin Griffiths Group.

The new plant, marking the company’s largest single investment into the business, is one of the biggest full wash plants in the UK and now the biggest recycling wash plant in Wales.

Advertisement

Made by Italian Company Matec, the machine offers the cleanest possible recycled sand and aggregate products thanks to advanced filter presses and a patented ultra-fines ‘Rotosieve’ clean up system.

Gavin Griffiths, Group Managing Director said: “I am extremely proud of our new wash plant, this will be a game changer for us as a business, it will see us provide our customers with top quality products at competitive rates. This state-of-the-art wash plant ticks all the boxes in line with the Welsh Governments aspirations, carbon reduction, circular economy, closed loop recycling, and almost 100% landfill diversion”.

The new plant will create new jobs and support the circular economy within the region. The recycled aggregates we can now offer are fantastic for the environment as they offer lower carbon footprints, reduce waste going to landfill and support companies who are aiming to be more environmentally friendly”.

Family-run Gavin Griffiths Group’s new investment will help recycle more aggregate for use in the construction industry

Matteo Goich & Massimo Bertolucci, Matec commented: “We are proud and excited about this important collaboration with Gavin Griffiths Group, which has allowed us to install a “One Solution” plant within their production site.

“For us at Matec to be chosen by Gavin Griffiths Group, is a source of great satisfaction and we are confident that the quality of our plant, combined with the professionalism of our technicians, will ensure production above expectations and at the highest market standards.”

Advertisement
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Trending

Copyright © 2023 Swansea Bay News