WASTE’18 Red Rhino Crushers ensure world class quality

RED RHINO CRUSHERS are exhibiting at indoor stand 27 at the WEC, to display the company’s manufacturing expertise within the UK and their use of the very best quality materials and skilled labour.

The Grantham-based manufacturer provide a world class range of crushers, and their performance and reliability comes as standard.

An interesting turning point within the company’s history was when Winfi eld

Red Rhino Crushers manufacturer their products within the UK using the best quality materials and skilled labour, and distribute their range of crushers all over the world.

Control quality of product

Engineering purchased Red Rhino in 2009 – and Red Rhino (UK) Ltd was born.

The company believe that by controlling the quality of inputs into a product, the quality of the product Red Rhino produces will stand up to the demanding day-to-day rigours of the crushing and construction industries.

Clear up specialists Roupcycle provide UK options

ROUPCYCLE currently cover a great range of towns and areas in and around South West London, Surrey, Hampshire, and Berkshire.

The Southern England specialist company will be exhibiting at WASTE’18 at stand 35 where they will reveal the company’s wide range of services - including affordable, professional, and environmentally-friendly clearance solutions for homes and businesses.

Areas covered individually by Roupcycle include: Aldershot, Bagshot, Basingstoke, Bracknell, Camberley,

Chertsey, Cobham, Farnborough, Farnham, Fleet, Guildford, Kingston, Lighwater, Maidenhead, Reading,

Ascot, Slough, Staines-Upon-Thames, Sunningdale, Weybridge, Windsor, Winnersh, Woking, and Wokingham.

The recycling fi rm also have many other partnerships nationwide, which ensures they can always meet the needs of customers - wherever they are located.

Roupcycle are a great option for firms and individuals looking for clearance options, and will be one of the go-ahead companies to watch at WASTE’18. So make a point of stopping by their stand for a chat, and to learn something new.

Market leaders Safetykleen off er simple solutions to all types of waste removal

SAFETYKLEEN, a Brentford-based market leader in waste collection, will be exhibiting on stand 9.

The company manages total clear-outs, surveys and other industrial collection services to specific requirements, as well as providing clients with helpful and informed advice.

Their nationwide network of waste transfer stations means they can respond quickly to enquiries and ensure regular pick-ups.

One simple solution There is no need to call a variety of suppliers for diff erent waste streams, as Safetykleen collect all types of hazardous and non-hazardous waste within one simple administered service.

Reducing costs

• Safetykleen offer fixed-price plans to save money and help with budgeting.

• If you choose the special Wasteplan service, they agree an annual collection schedule at a price


which includes all environmental charges, transportation, and compliance management.

Safetykleen take care of any waste produced to the highest possible level required by the Waste Framework Directive, while preparing all paperwork and compliance requirements.

As an ISO-accredited company, the services not only help clients obtain ISO 14001 accreditation, but also provide real peace of mind.

Additionally, Safetykleen supply, install and maintain special machines that clean industrial parts, and specialise in engine parts and the removal of oil and grease - cleaning finished goods, prior to surface treatment.

Inclusive with their service is the supply of cleaning chemistry, whether solvent or water based. Safetykleen will remove and replace this on a service cycle to suit needs, and will handle all the environmental paperwork for customers.

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