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"The service is always good and the skips are delivered and collected at the nominated times."

Gary Tyler, The Bull Hotel Limited

Investing in New Equipment at Recycling Facility

Posted: 30 June 2015

As a leading waste management and skip hire company in Slough, Lanz Group invests heavily in its recycling facility and equipment. Committed to green policies and dedicated to sending as little waste as possible to landfill, we make a real effort to make sure that we do as much as we can to be effective caretakers of the environment while running an efficient company. To that end, we were excited recently to take delivery of a new Liebherr LH 22M industrial wheeled excavator.

Customised Equipment for Our Recycling Facility

Recycling facility equipment in Colnbrook, Slough

As our recycling, skip hire and tipper hire business continues to grow, we now operate three similar wheeled excavator machines at our Colnbrook recycling facility. To keep up with increasing volumes of wastes coming into our recycling facility, all our machines are fitted with high-lift cabs. These special cabs enable the machines to load large articulated vehicles. We invest in the right equipment for all of our work and we make sure that these recycling facility machines come fitted with Dehaco sorting grabs which have proven to be versatile and hard-wearing.

Waste Recycling Reporting

Did you know that our sorting and recycling facility enables us to provide our customers with detailed waste reports? These waste and recycling reports highlight waste type percentages and weights. This waste management reporting system helps our customers know exactly how much of their rubbish is recycled and how much is sent to landfill. (Learn more about our waste management services.)

We’re Here for You Recycling Needs

To talk to someone from Lanz Group about recycling or any of our services, including our customised recycling and waste management reports, please ring us on 01753 682005 or take a moment to complete our Request A Call form.

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