Finlay Group will be showcasing its high performance processing plant at RWM 2011, designed to achieve exceptional productivity and performance across the waste management and recycling sector.
At the Birmingham NEC event, Finlay Group will be unveiling the latest additional to its range, Ultra Plant compact trommels and deck screens.
Visitors to the Finlay Group stand, located at OA190 in the outside area of the exhibition, will be able to find out more about the unique qualities of the machines, and see the Ultra Plant T1500 Compact Trommel in-situ.
This machine packs in a powerful performance – providing a compact option where space is limited, and for a small initial investment still retains a high throughput.
The Finlay Group will also be exhibiting ALLU buckets, developed for environmental care, improving recycling methods and the processing of different materials.
Developed in Finland, ALLU is recognised for its reliability, versatility and ease of maintenance and service – features all combined with economic efficiency. Their main products are screener crushers, stabilisation systems and compacting plates.
At RWN, Finlay Group will be displaying ALLU buckets with screener crusher and stabilisation drums. The ideal choice for waste management, new applications are constantly arising for these systems, including the processing of plasterboard and screening of topsoil.
Chris Bell, of Finlay Group, said: "Following the recent increase in landfill tax and the ever increasing pressure on the industry to recycle, there has never been a better time to invest in new machinery, or to upgrade existing recycling equipment.
"At RWM we will be able to offer immediate site appraisals, give further details on the range from Finlay Group, and answer any queries generally about waste processing plant solutions."
The Recycling and Waste Management (RWM) Exhibition takes place 13 -15 September.