CDEnviro continue to develop their European team

CDEnviro has announced a new addition to their European team with the appointment of Mr. Tom Speth as Business Development Manager for Germany. Tom is a qualified Environmental Engineer and will continue to develop the CDEnviro project portfolio in the municipal waste water market in Germany.

Commenting on his appointment, Tom Speth said "The CDEnviro products are proven to deliver highly efficient screening and rag removal for a range of waste water processes within the UK market and we know there is excellent potential and appetite for these systems within the German market following our appearance at IFAT 2014"

CDEnviro have become established suppliers to the UK water utility industry having successfully installed a number of S:MAX sludge screens to remove rag from thickened sludge and significantly improve operational efficiencies for downstream processes.
The D:MAX is a mobile screening and classification system used to process a variety of materials like grit, sludge and fibrous rag within the waste water treatment process. It has also been proven to offer waste water companies and their contractors the most efficient processing system for a range of waste materials while maximising the potential for material recovery.
To support this development, the CDEnviro team is set to grow further, explains Brian McCullough, Head of Talent and Organisational Development at CDEnviro,"We understand thatfor CDEnviro to realise its full potential in the UK and Europe we must support this growth with the best team possible. If you are interested in joining the CDEnviro team visit our website at to find out more about our current vacancies and apply today"

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