MTS cleansing invests in new recycling units from CDEnviro

Published:  01 April, 2015

Liquid waste specialists MTS cleansing has invested in three D:MAX mobile classification units from CDEnviro, enabling it to separate grit and rag from sludge and recycle 100% of screened waste.

MTS initially contacted CDEnviro to purchase two D:MAX units however due to the volume of work secured by MTS this order increased to three D:MAX units; MTS has secured a five year extension on their contract with Southern Water taking the agreement through to 2021.

D:MAX has the potential to divert tonnes of waste from landfill and recover large volumes of recycled grit and aggregates for further use. With landfill costs continuing to rise, the D:MAX system offers water utility companies a route to achieving considerable reductions in costs and increasing operational efficiencies.

Spencer Crust, Operations Director at MTS Cleansing, commented on the D:MAX performance for MTS ‘Our expert teams use the best technology available to screen and recycle digester waste, the D:MAX units from CDEnviro allow us to combine the latest technology with our expertise to offer customers the most efficient and cost effective solutions'

‘The D:MAX's continued success is due to the fact that it is proven to offer both water utility companies and contractors to the industry the most efficient processing system available for a range of waste materials' comments Darren Eastwood, Technical Sales Manager with CDEnviro.

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