Double honours for Turmec in the MBTA 2019
Turmec has been honoured for its role in advancing sustainability and its significant contribution to the local economy in Ireland.
The Meath Business and Tourism Awards, now in their 10th year, celebrate companies based in the county who have excelled in their sectors.
Glanway boosts sustainable fuel facility
Residual waste from households across the south of Ireland will be recovered as recyclate and sustainable fuel in a new and more efficient facility from next year.
Glanway’s investment in the Turmec plant will increase annual capacity by 80% to 180,000 tonnes and boost recovery rates.
Tackling Modern Slavery
At Turmec, we share the growing concerns about modern slavery and have taken action to counter it.
Our management, including all site managers, will be trained by the end of 2019, to understand the risks of forced labour and human trafficking.
Australia shows growing interest in new solutions
Serious challenges are confronting waste processors and local authorities in Australia, but the industry is open to new solutions, judging by two recent trade shows.
Last October we’ve exhibited at Waste Expo in Melbourne and Sydney’s Australian Waste & Recycling Expo, where visitors highlighted a […]
Turmec nominated as Green Ambassador in the MBTAs 2019
TURMEC, specialists in recycling solutions for the global waste industry, announces Green Ambassador nomination for the Meath Business and Tourism Awards 2019.
Now in its 1oth year, the Meath Business and Tourism Awards have become an important achievement to local businesses and the categories are […]
Turmec nominated for 2019 Medium Size Exporter of the Year Award
TURMEC, a world leader in recycling solutions, announces that it has once again been shortlisted for the “Medium Size Exporter of the Year” award for the 2019 Export Industry Awards.
In its 19th year, The Export Industry Awards will recognise the wonderful achievements of Irish exporting companies […]
BINGO! a ground-breaking recycling plant in Oz
High-quality fines will be produced by a recycling plant – the first hybrid dry and wet plant of its kind in the world – now being assembled in Australia.
BINGO Industries – a waste management group serving New South Wales and Victoria – commissioned Turmec to design and build the state-of-the-art […]
Hills develops new Materials Recover Facility (MRF) for Wiltshire
Work is underway on the new materials recovery facility in Wiltshire, designed by Turmec.
Hills Waste Solutions has commissioned Turmec to supply and install the MRF plant, which will have the capacity to process 20 tonnes per hour of mixed dry recyclables (MDR).
Energy from Waste – Incinerator bottom ash plant
MSW now used to produce energy at an Energy from Waste plant in the UK, reducing the amount of material that would end up in landfills.
For this project, Turmec was selected to design and build an intricate ash processing system. The main requirement was to create an efficient and bespoke system […]
Upgrade underway for Surrey MRF
More and better-quality materials will be recovered at a Surrey MRF following a plant upgrade to be completed this autumn.
Waste company Grundons operates the Leatherhead materials recycling facility, which recovers glass, paper, cans and plastics from Mole Valley district council’s dry recyclable […]