Future proofing MRF design crucial for improving quality of products

  • 29 Nov 2013

Director of resource recovery specialist Axion Consulting, Keith Freegard, advised industry representatives that the need for the design concept is vital if managers want to improve the quality of products and gain more profit from multi-million pound investments.

Key ideas put forward at the conference included the benefits of installing effective management information systems to ensure future waste management and processing challenges can be met.

The conference presented information on the challenges and opportunities available for paper recycling industry companies and how infeed materials can help operators gain the best possible service from their process plants.

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