REMONDIS invests in Electric Equipment

REMONDIS DONCASTER are a sector leading waste management company providing dependable, cost-effective, environmentally friendly and fully compliant waste management services throughout South Yorkshire and North East England.

REMONDIS is part of the Rethmann Group, international market leaders in recycling, waste and water management, operating in over 35 countries across 4 continents.
The company is dedicated to reducing their carbon footprint, focusing on minimising waste management costs for their customers, whilst also considering the environmental impact of their waste.
Further demonstration of their commitment to sustainability and investing in the future, saw the Doncaster site recently taking delivery of their first fully-electric mobile equipment.

The Jungheinrich EFG 425k lift truck will be utilised for handling the increasing quantities of baled recyclable materials being handled at the site - including cardboard, paper and plastics. The vehicle benefits from a rapid charge time, PureEnergy technology for optimised energy efficiency and enhanced safety features such as an extended field of vision and an ergonomically designed operator’s cab.

Commenting on the investment, Regional Director Phil Darwin said “We are delighted to be able to make this investment in equipment that reduces our carbon footprint, while at the same time recognising the improvements to both the comfort and safety of our employees and the increased productivity. We are deploying a multi-faceted plan that will take place over the next few years, paving the way for REMONDIS UK to become more sustainable than we've ever been. This plan will incorporate investments and measures taken on all of our sites, including our Birtley, Bedlington and Doncaster sites”.
Business Doncaster continues to work closely with Remondis offering business support and assistance on a number of subjects including supply chain opportunities, recruitment and establishing local networking and business contacts.  

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