O'Donovan ups London recycling capacity

By Lindsay Gale07 April 2015

O’Donovan Waste Disposal is investing £15 million (US$22.4 million) in a new construction waste processing facility in Alperton, UK. The three acre site will feature an enclosed material reception and recycling facility to sort and process a wide range of construction and demolition waste.

The new facility will increase O'Donovan's processing capabiliteis in and around the UK capital city, as well as helping to reduce the distance that such waste is transported on the city's busy road network. The company says that a total of 50 jobs will be created by the time the site opens later this year.

Jacqueline O’Donovan, managing director at O’Donovan Waste Disposal, said: “We have been looking for a suitable site for many years and this is in an ideal location for us. There are so many large, long-term development projects in London that there is a real need for increased recycling infrastructure like this. Construction has already started and we hope to be fully operational in late spring.”

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