Environmental leader, CDEnviro has announced that it has increased its product assembly space by 32% to allow for the production of 60 additional machines every year.

CDEnviro designs and manufactures a range of waste reduction and recycling equipment for application in the sewage, waste water, waste management and utility industries.

The expansion has been funded by CDEnviro following an upturn in the global waste and recycling industry. The company is responding to an increase in demand around the world for the range of classifying equipment they provide for solid/liquid separation, screening and recycling.   

Strong foundations in key export markets will provide the basis for the company’s accelerated growth programme during the next five years, with major growth in market share anticipated in North America, Australia and central Europe.

Raymond Cooke, Operations Director at CDE, said: “2015 was an exciting year for our company and we have been looking ahead to our growth potential for the coming years. We felt that it was a necessary step to develop a new assembly bay at our headquarters. This has increased our capacity by a third and allowed for an additional 60 machines to be exported every year”.

CDEnviro recently announced its attendance at the IFAT exhibition in Munich, Germany from 30th May to 3rd June and will also attend RWM Birmingham in the UK (13th to 15th September). CDEnviro will use the five day exhibition in Bavaria to launch the new S:MAX G to the international market. Marc Jennings, CDEnviro General Manager commented on the new range saying, “It is the first unit that separates both rag and grit with this level of efficiency and will be officially launched into Europe this year at IFAT”.

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