Helping homes and business recycle
We all play a role in reducing waste and recycling where possible. Newtown Skip Hire's state of the art MRF (material recovery facility) equipment allows us to recycle on average more than 95% of all waste brought in.
This is well above current government targets. We always ensure anything we can't recycle is handled correctly.
Grab & Load
Your waste is loaded into the MRF, ready to be processed.
It is then sent into a large hopper before moving to the Trommel, a large rotating drum which helps separate waste.
The Trommel should leave brick and rubble, along with some items of misc. waste. A large blower fan blasts lightweight waste off the conveyor, into a container. Any remaining waste is manually sorted, with magnets separating any ferrous metals.
Brick and concrete is crushed to used as aggregate. Wood can be used for chipboard, and metals recycled to create new materials. Paper and card is recycled, and soil repurposed for landscaping jobs.
Crushing and screeding services
Increasingly developers, government agencies, architects and engineers are taking the initiative to use recycled materials in the construction of buildings, transportation and other infrastructure projects. Our recycled aggregates can play an important part in these environmental programmes.
We can supply 6F5 crushed brick hardcore 75mm down to dust. Ideal for bulk fill or a capping layer.
Our portable crushers and screening equipment are available for rent or contract crushing. We can supply labour and manage the task.
We accept concrete, rock and other recyclable materials at our stone screening facilities in Motherwell. Aggregates can be collected or delivered. Call now for a competitive quote.
We utilise industry
leading waste management software
Thanks to award winning software designed specifically for waste management, we are able to show customers their full waste processing journey, and give accurate recycling percentages. We can also offer advice if we notice any waste which cannot be processed or should not have been placed in your waste.