Wastecycle lands bigger site in property deal

By Steve Ducker21 December 2015

Wastecycle's expanded site (outlined in red) will help the company increase its range of services to

Wastecycle's expanded site (outlined in red) will help the company increase its range of services to customers.

British recycling and resource management company Wastecycle has doubled the property it owns after signing contracts to purchase additional land at its Nottingham site.

By acquiring seven acres of previously leased property and purchasing an additional four acres, Wastecycle has extended its site to nearly 20 acres, making the site one of the largest recycling facilities in the United Kingdom.

Nathan Cole, financial director at Wastecycle, said: “It’s an exciting time for us because this expansion provides us with the platform we need to reach the next stage of growth as a company.

“In the long term, we plan to use the additional land to expand our extensive recycling and resource management activities. This will help us broaden the services we offer our customers while improving the quality and sustainability of the recycled products we manufacture.”

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