QCR install seven hazardous waste machines

21st Jun 2016

We’re proud of the fact that we can react to our customers’ sometimes unusual requirements. This particular customer in Wellingborough needed a solution to deal with hazardous waste being deposited into 200l drum prior to incineration.

Our workshop was able to come up with an innovative and bespoke solution which solved the problem. The customer ordered seven of our XPHaz machines and here they are prior to delivery.

If you have a waste or recycling issue which you’ve not been able to solve, give us a call, we love a challenge.

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