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13th April 2011

Aldermaston look to receive planning consent

Aldermaston Recycling has recently submitted plans for major redevelopment to West Berkshire Council’s planning department.

The proposed redevelopment of Aldermaston’s Old Stocks Farm Facility involves a £2 million investment to create a fully contained Waste Transfer Station, including new buildings and state of the art recycling machinery to further increase landfill diversion.  

Aldermaston’s Environmental Manager, Steve Quinn commented; “this is a very important move forward for our company and is vital to the progression of our business for various reasons. It is no secret that our activities can create noise and dust issues and we are very keen to protect our neighbours from any kind of disturbance. Our new buildings will totally enclose our activities offering even further reductions or even zero levels of dust and noise pollution.

Our new recycling plant will take us to a new level of separation and segregation of recoverable products, which we hope will lead to zero waste to landfill, thus saving precious space in our depleting landfills for waste that is simply untreatable. Our proposed facility will also enable baling of all our recoverable materials, that can be utilised and reused by industries both at home and abroad”

Ian Hutchins, Managing Director added; “we are very excited by our proposed redevelopment of Old Stocks Farm, which is a very large investment for our family business. But we hope this shows our commitment to not only the local community but also to our environment. We have employed various specialist consultants to ensure that we create a facility that offers no environmental impact and also to create a modern waste transfer station that blends in with the area, rather than our current eye sore. Our environmentally friendly future is now in the hands of West Berkshire Council.

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Tel: 0118 981 4144 Fax: 0118 981 9488
info@aldermastonrecycling.co.uk
Old Stocks Farm
Paices Hill
Aldermaston
Berkshire
RG7 4PG

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