Finlay recycling solution for Cappagh

By Lindsay Gale09 October 2013

UK recycling specialist Cappagh Group has taken delivery of a Terex Finlay 883 screen from dealer Finlay Plant South East that it is currently using at its Stanwell, UK, site for the contractor’s work at Heathrow Airport, making reject sand that is used for pipe bedding and filling.

Cappagh is headquartered in Wimbledon, UK and has operational and recycling centres across the south east of England. The company has made significant investments to establish Aggregate Recycling Centres, which are strategically placed to serve customers across the region. Designed to recycle construction waste and maximise the production of recycled aggregates for re-use within the company’s own construction projects, these centres provide an environmentally friendly, cost-effective and uniquely integrated service.

According to Michael Ferncombe, managing director of Cappagh Group: “Flexibility enables us to meet the challenges of the evolving utilities and construction market, and the introduction of high performance plant and machinery over the years has been key to us meeting those demands. We have worked with Finlay Plant South East for more than 15 years to introduce new plant that makes a real difference to our operations. We also benefit from excellent support in terms of service and spares, to ensure day-to-day operations run smoothly and efficiently.”

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