Resource recovery specialist Axion Consulting has redesigned its website to reflect the comprehensive range of expertise and innovative services it offers to clients in recycling a wide range of material types including plastics, metals, textiles and aggregates.
The new-look and easier-to-navigate website contains expanded information on the company, along with in-depth coverage of its engineering, materials collection and Materials Recovery Facilities (MRF) services – all presented in a modern, crisp format.
From Axion’s homepage, visitors can access all the company’s news and services information, including the latest updates on recycling initiatives, ground-breaking projects and collection schemes for a broad range of clients in the industrial, commercial and Local Authority sectors.
Of particular interest is the comprehensive Downloads section where users can access a wealth of resources, such as newsletters, detailed services brochures and case studies highlighting practical waste recycling and materials collection solutions for clients across the UK and Europe.
Additional services featured include business planning support for organisations in the resource recovery sector. Axion can develop investor-ready business plans to assist with growth planning or to attract external investment or funding. Market investigations and comprehensive financial assessments can be carried out to consider the commercial viability of a process or facility, evaluating both capital and operational expenditure.
Axion Director Roger Morton says: "The fresh, up-to-date design reflects Axion’s approach to business and brand promotion as we continue to experience rising demand for our expertise in resource recovery from both existing and new clients across the UK and Europe."
Axion Consulting is part of the Axion Group that develops and operates innovative resource recovery and processing solutions for recycling waste materials. The Group works with a wide range of clients, from Government agencies and local authorities to companies in diverse commercial sectors, on the practical development of new processing and collection methods to recover value from waste resources.