Recycling Product News Logo

This ad will close in 15 seconds

Multi-million-pound upgrade for Paper Round’s MRF in London

Paper Round invests £2.5 million pounds in its Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) to modernise the plant and increase sorting capacity

Paper Round, established in 1988 by Friends of the Earth and now a separate commercial company, collects a wide spectrum of waste including mixed recycling, food, general waste, paper, glass, coffee grounds, coffee cups, electrical & furniture, cardboard, IT, batteries & toners and hazardous waste.
Paper Round, established in 1988 by Friends of the Earth and now a separate commercial company, collects a wide spectrum of waste including mixed recycling, food, general waste, paper, glass, coffee grounds, coffee cups, electrical & furniture, cardboard, IT, batteries & toners and hazardous waste.

Paper Round, the UK-based waste management specialist company, have upgraded their London MRF due to a growth in business. Paper Round, established in 1988 by Friends of the Earth and now a separate commercial company based in London, collects a wide spectrum of waste including mixed recycling, food, general waste, paper, glass, coffee grounds, coffee cups, electrical & furniture, cardboard, IT, batteries & toners and hazardous waste.   

According to Paper Round, the optimisation of their MRF means a 300% increase in capacity and a much higher capability to drive up recycling rates through an end-to-end process.

The new MRF includes three optical sorters, capable of picking out different materials, separate polymers and different fibres, a waste screen that separates fines less than 50mm and an eddy current separator used to separate nonferrous metals such as aluminium cans. It is now also equipped to separate 2D and 3D products with the installation of a ballistic separator.

Further to this, Paper Round's facility will continue to be one of the largest dedicated clean MRFs in London and South East England, only accepting commercial waste. This results in higher recycling rates due to less contaminated materials. Fully owning the ability to collect and reprocess materials also means that the company is in full control of the destination of materials.

The launch of Paper Round's new MRF is planned for later this summer.

More from Waste Diversion

Sponsored Brought to you by: Compology Logo

CASE STUDY: 30% More Pickups = 30% More Revenue

Forever Clean started with 20 dumpsters, and grew to over 300 in less than 3 years. According to the company, remote monitoring from Compology allows them to operate efficiently, control costs and increase revenue to drive profits. For them, 30 percent more pickups means 30 percent more revenue. Watch the video below.

Watch Now

Get our newsletter

Sponsored Brought to you by: Compology Logo

CASE STUDY: 30% More Pickups = 30% More Revenue

Forever Clean started with 20 dumpsters, and grew to over 300 in less than 3 years. According to the company, remote monitoring from Compology allows them to operate efficiently, control costs and increase revenue to drive profits. For them, 30 percent more pickups means 30 percent more revenue. Watch the video below.

Watch Now
Sponsored Brought to you by: Compology Logo

CASE STUDY: 30% More Pickups = 30% More Revenue

Forever Clean started with 20 dumpsters, and grew to over 300 in less than 3 years. According to the company, remote monitoring from Compology allows them to operate efficiently, control costs and increase revenue to drive profits. For them, 30 percent more pickups means 30 percent more revenue. Watch the video below.

Watch Now

Get our newsletter

Sponsored Brought to you by: Compology Logo

CASE STUDY: 30% More Pickups = 30% More Revenue

Forever Clean started with 20 dumpsters, and grew to over 300 in less than 3 years. According to the company, remote monitoring from Compology allows them to operate efficiently, control costs and increase revenue to drive profits. For them, 30 percent more pickups means 30 percent more revenue. Watch the video below.

Watch Now