CDEnviro appoints new Business Development Manager for Australia

CDEnviro has announced the appointment of Mr Ezio Viti to the role of Business Development Manager for Australia.

Mr Viti joins CDEnviro having gained a wealth of experience in the mining, power generation and resource recovery industries.

Commenting on the appointment Darren Eastwood, Technical Sales Manager at CDEnviro said "Ezio is a welcome addition to CDEnviro and will have responsibility for the further development of our business in Australia. The experience he brings to the table is invaluable and we look forward to enjoying further success as we seek to expand CDEnviro."

CDEnviro has recently installed the first Road Sweepings Recycling Plant in Australia at Citywide in West Melbourne. The plant will divert up to 80% of Road Sweepings from landfill which is a first for an Australian company.

The process of recycling Road sweepings has been proven by CDEnviro to divert waste from landfill while cleaning and recycling the washing water within the system. This provides operators with the potential to recycle all incoming waste streams to achieve maximum reduction in waste to landfill.

Recycling road sweepings has become common in the UK in recent years because of rising landfill costs and because of the innovative technology available from CDEnviro, which has brought a commercially viable solution to the marketplace. Conditions in Australia are now similar to the UK and Europe to bring about this change, with high landfill taxes and strong enforcement on waste disposal.

CDEnviro continue to work with Citywide on a number of road sweepings and liquid waste processing projects in a range of industries including hydro excavation muds, drilling muds and municipal waste water pre-treatment. CDEnviro will work with their Australian partner, Wastech to deliver these projects around Australia.

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