Turmec are proud to donate and participate in this years Pieta House Darkness into Light 2021. Although the weather wasn't the best it was fantastic to see staff and indeed people from all different communities in Ireland get out and raise much needed awareness and funds for Pieta.
Mobile waste processing has risen to a new level with the world’s largest machine of its type, able to achieve high capacities within a compact design.
Turmec’s state of the art Mobile Eddy Current Separator is just 3m wide and 3m high, yet it can process 300m3 per hour of material.
As the waste industry strives to maintain essential services while safeguarding the health and wellbeing of all its people, Turmec remains committed to providing our clients with business-critical back-up.
Following recent government directives regarding COVID-19, Ireland is enforcing special […]
More value is being extracted from residual household waste – and more efficiently – following the completion of a processing plant in south-east Ireland.
Commissioned in February, Glanway’s facility in Waterford produces alternative fuels, while also recovering metals and organic fines for […]
Waste collected from households across Wiltshire is now being recycled at a new facility designed and built by Turmec.
Turmec’s system for managing health and safety in our factory and at client sites is now accredited to the new international standard, ISO 45001.
An independent audit at the end of January confirmed that our procedures meet the current benchmark. Previously we were registered to the ISO 18001 […]
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.
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.