Our objective is clear. We're playing our part in making reusing waste part of the circular economy on a zero to landfill basis. It's not rocket science, although the science bit is pretty impressive!
Through our waste tyre and rubber pyrolysis systems - the UKs only one of its type - our plant benefits from continual and consistent running when operational. We are working hard to clean up the planet and leave it in a better place than which we found it.
We've provided industry with a great opportunity to embrace a different way to fully recycle waste and turn it into something useful, moving away from mass burn and reducing the impact on the environment.
The good news is that every part of what our system produces can be utilised including oil and carbon char. It really is a circular process that is cost effective and reliable.
If you're committed to a more sustainable future then do get in touch - we can't wait to show you what can achieve together.
Earlier this week members of the team were delighted to support the NTDA (National Tyre Distributors Association) at its annual golf day which took place at The Oxfordshire Golf Course, Hotel and Spa at Thame, Oxfordshire. Adam Jones, Managing Director, Carlton Forest 3PL; Alistair Plant, Business Development Manager, Carlton Forest 3PL and Graham White, our […]
Today is the fourth Global Recycling Day, an initiative designed to raise global awareness of recycling and encourage us to put our planet first. The mission of Global Recycling Day, as set out by the Global Recycling Foundation, is twofold: To tell world leaders that recycling is simply too important not to be a global […]
We’re pleased to have become part of a group of industry professionals who are driving forward tyre recovery and pyrolysis in the UK with the formation of a new working party designed to explore opportunities and benefits from the combination. We are one of 16 members of the group, an initiative by the Tyre Recovery […]
Following last night’s announcement, we want to reassure customers that our work at IRR will continue during the latest lockdown. We appreciate the importance of continuing to drive forward initiatives to meet Government guidelines and targets and that there is no reason why this should be halted. The Waste 2 Energy team will follow all […]
A pyrolysis and recycling engineer, that has dedicated his entire career to managing waste streams around the world, has won a UK Lifetime Achievement Award. Rory Hughes, Technical Director at our IRR Waste 2 Energy, part of the renowned Carlton Forest Group, scooped the award at the UK Business Tech Awards as the virtual […]
The second annual report from WRAP Plastics Pact has cut unnecessary plastic by 40% and increased recycling by 107,000 tonnes. The pact, which was launched in 2018 to eliminate problems and single use plastics from our waste streams, reported significant steps in the right direction with many notable, influential businesses including Tesco, Danone, Mondalez and […]