FEATURE New at CARS & MRE 2018

TAKING place at the NAEC, Stoneleigh near Coventry, UK on 11-12 July 2018, there will be more than 100 exhibitors and over 1,700 visitors. Here’s a short preview of what to expect.

In the metals conference theatre, new head of waste regulation at the Environment Agency, Malcolm Lythgo, will explore how the industry can work together to overcome the environmental challenges of metal recycling.

Artemis Hatzi-Hull, Director General for end of life vehicles and batteries at the EU Commission, headlines the CARS conference and discusses the future of the ELV directive.

Other sessions include presentations on fi re prevention plans, EU GDPR, the digital world and low emission vehicles, amongst a jam-packed agenda.


With a record number of businesses in attendance, many exhibitors are using the show as a platform to launch new products, services and even new branding.

Among those are Powerhand Equipment who will be launching their new Vehicle Recycling System (VRS) Attachment on the opening day of the event, and headline partner Hollander International, who will be bringing a fresh new look to show.

With more equipment featured than ever before, the live demonstration area enables visitors to see working machinery.

CARS headline partner JCB will be exhibiting a range of kit, including a material handler, teletruk, wheeled loader and Hydradig.

MRE Headline partner Blue Fuchs will be feeding a ZB Thor primary shredder with the MHL340 material handler.

JMC Recycling, Doyle Machinery, Hammel, SB Recycling will all be demonstrating their kit, with the area services provided by Ward Recycling.


Meet new contacts and build on existing relationships in the Meet the Buyer Lounge. - exhibitors include: European Metal Recycling, Sims, S Norton & Co, ELG Haniel and Liberty Steel, amongst a range of buyers.

Visitors can also take advantage of a range of extra-curricular activities, including a tour of Jaguar Land Rover’s stunning, state of the art manufacturing facility.

Other things to do include an onsite 4x4 experience, falconry displays, and the Hollander International Summer Party, which off ers guests a relaxed night of entertainment.

CARS & MRE is the industry meeting place for vehicle and metal recycling. To secure a free ticket, visit:


Name from the past Cleanaway had a proud 25 year record of achievement

CLEANAWAY was formed in the UK in the early eighties through the acquisition of Redland Purle, in a joint venture between Australian owned Brambles and GKN.

Cleanaway was the UK’s largest waste management company and provided a national fl eet of vehicles for the collection of dry and liquid waste. The company also operated waste disposal contracts on behalf of the Greater London Council (GLC) which involved transportation by both road and water.

Some waste was transported using a fl eet of barges on behalf of the GLC from the riverside waste transfer stations along the River Thames, and was disposed of at the Pitsea controlled landfi ll site in Essex.

The company also won its fi rst municipal contract with Mendip 46 SHWM July, 2018 District Council in Somerset in the early 1980s.

The company went onto expand, and operated a national network of waste transfer stations, controlled landfi ll sites, chemical, and hazardous waste facilities, and the high temperature incineration plant at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire.

The original facility operated in Dockyard Road, which was acquired through the Redland Purle acquisition, only treated liquid wastes. In the early 1990s, Cleanaway built a replacement high temperature incineration plant at Ellesmere Port which could process both solid and liquid wastes.

In 2006, Cleanaway’s European division was sold to Veolia, ending a twenty fi ve year history of Cleanaway operations in the UK.

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