Thank you to all who came to visit our stand at the RWM 2014.
It was great to meet existing Customers and make new contacts.
Remember, if we can be of any assistance we are always available for contact.
The Middleton Engineering team.
We have now booked our stand for this year’s RWM.
This year’s show will be better than ever. The RWM is Europe’s premier exhibition dedicated to resource efficiency and waste management solutions. You will find us on stand 4A80 we will be showcasing our latest developments including presentations of our revolutionary Dual Tying Head technology.
Visit us at the show to see how Middleton Engineering can support your Company’s stability and future growth.
Visit the RWM website for more details and ticketing information.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Hope the summer is treating you well. It has been another busy quarter for the team here at Middleton Engineering. Providing solutions for clients in Malta, The Channel Islands, Ireland and of course here in the UK.
Earlier, we introduced a new and improved version of our entry level baler, the ME80, and at the other end of the scale, our powerful Twin Ram solution continues to attract wide interest. Along with the revolutionary Middleton Dual Tying Head.
For more information Download our Summer Newsletter.
4 week delivery helps UK companies reduce downtime
Specialist recycling equipment engineering firm Middleton Engineering, is extending its hydraulic cylinder repair and fabrication service for operators of vertical and horizontal balers and other plant machinery, offering a typical turnaround of under four weeks and with capacity to handle cylinders up to 5.5 metres.
With many companies relying on imported baling presses and other hydraulic machinery, it is time consuming and expensive to source cylinder components when breakdowns occur, often leading to extended downtime. Middletons can repair or rebuild a customer’s original cylinder or manufacture a replacement in less time than it would take to import parts from overseas, offering an economical bespoke service which includes installation and set-up.
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St Helier Municipal Services in Jersey, Channel Islands, is increasing its recycling capacity and throughput for commercial and residential waste by upgrading its baling operation with a new horizontal baler and feed conveyor from Middleton Engineering.
This will increase flexibility to handle a wider range of waste streams and enable the team to produce compact mill size bales to drive transportation efficiencies, the municipality says.
St Helier Municipal Services is responsible for the collection and processing of card and packaging waste from 70 percent of the parish of St Helier’s commercial properties and residential recycling.
Jersey has a zero landfill policy.
Cumbria Waste Group has taken delivery of a 100 tonne channel baler and chain conveyor solution from Middleton Engineering to improve capacity and throughput at its new materials recycling facility (MRF) in Distington.
The solution includes a modified Presona LP100 channel baler with pre-press, re-manufactured by Middleton Engineering to ‘as new’ condition and capable of delivering a throughput of 30 tonnes per hour, together with a heavy duty feed conveyor.
Middleton Engineering, the UK’s leading recycling equipment engineers, is introducing a new version of its semi-automatic horizontal baler, designed for small volume recycling operators including local authorities and warehouse operations in the retail, distribution and manufacturing sectors.
New improved closed end baler
A development of the company’s successful ME70, the new ME80 baler has been redesigned to provide a more refined and versatile entry level solution, capable of handling a wide range of waste materials. These include paper and card, steel and aluminium cans, PET bottles, HDPE, plastic film and shredded security paper. The new machine produces mill size bales with a throughput of three to four bales, or approximately two tonnes per hour, depending on material and feed method used.
Fast growing home, leisure and garden retail chain, The Range has installed a second horizontal baler from Middleton Engineering to handle increased waste and recycling at its northern warehouse and distribution centre in Thorne, Doncaster.
With 85 stores and 35 planned for the coming year, the company has an active policy on minimising waste to landfill and continues to build its green credentials. The Thorne site has a recycling facility that handles backhauled distribution and packaging waste, utilising empty vehicle capacity to maximise efficiency and reduce costs.
Middleton Engineering, the UK’s leading bespoke baler manufacturer and recycling equipment engineers, will highlight its growing range of automatic and semi-automatic balers for UK and export customers, including a new 80 tonne closed end baler, at this year’s Sustainability Live exhibition in April.
Middleton Engineering will be presenting baler and conveyor solutions for waste management companies, as well as the distribution and manufacturing sectors, with large volumes of recyclable materials to manage. The company will also be explaining the benefits of plastic strapping solutions over traditional wire tying methods for baled waste, particularly the cost benefits and improved operator safety compared to wire systems.
Maltese materials recovery facility U-Recycle Limited, based in Naxxar, Malta has ordered a new state-of-the-art in floor chain conveyor and two man picking station from specialist UK recycling engineers, Middleton Engineering, to upgrade and improve facilities at its operations centre in Naxxar.
The new two flight conveyor, with mid-point picking station for removing unwanted material from the waste stream, will primarily handle paper and plastic, and has been designed to feed an existing channel baler. A majority of the material will include shredded paper from a growing number of commercial customers and the company expects to be handling around 500 tonnes of waste material per month, once the new solution is installed.
U-Recycle Ltd’s Managing Director, Joseph Sammut explains: “Our materials recovery business is expanding, so we need a new conveyor to separate and process material more easily to make our operation more efficient and result in a higher quality end product. We chose Middleton Engineering, after seeing a conveyor in action at a waste management facility in Leeds, because we’re happy with the quality, the fact that they are offering a complete solution, fully integrated with our existing baler, as well as organising the logistics of shipping and installation.”