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Recycling & Plant Hire

Recycling and plant hire in Scotland and Northern England

At George Beattie & Sons Ltd, we take our environmental responsibility very seriously. We aim to recycle as much of the waste material from demolition projects as possible, which can reduce the cost of your project.

How much do we recycle?

In most cases over 80% of construction materials can be reduced, reused, reclaimed or recycled. Having invested extensively in our own recycling facility, we can prepare  and recycle much of the waste materials we recover on site.

Recycling demolition materials

Recycling demolition materials

Over 85% of demolition materials come from natural resources like bricks, roofing slates and tiles, concrete, timber, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, or structural steel most of which may be recycled.

Joining the Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP)

Recently we entered into a programme with the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) with the aim of increasing the production of recycled materials from demolition waste. Over the last five years George Beattie & Sons Ltd has increased recycling of materials to approximately 93% of all materials demolished.

There is a considerable requirement for recycled sandstone and other salvaged architectural materials and we at George Beattie & Sons Ltd. have a reasonable stock available in our yard for viewing and sale.

Affordable plant hire

George Beattie & Sons Ltd has a considerable fleet of plant, equipment and tools available for hire to the construction industry and DIY market. These can be provided with or without experienced qualified operators.

All plant and equipment is less than three years old and is maintained in strict accordance with the manufacturers recommendations.

To find out more about our recycling process, call George Beattie & Sons Ltd on 01236 823 160

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