UNTHA UK adopts educative stance for WtE and food waste delegates at Sustainability Live

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UNTHA UK is now a familiar face at Sustainability Live, but as the team plans for the 2014 NEC event, this year looks set to be the best show yet.

Keen to maintain an educative approach to interacting with delegates, UNTHA UK is inviting existing and prospective customers to stand E64, to learn how to devise the most efficient and cost-effective shredding system for their organic waste or alternative fuel production facilities.

The main focal point of the stand will be an informative ‘Best practice RDF and SRF production’ wall. Spanning the full width of the UNTHA UK hub, this impactful feature will advise how to turn today’s waste into tomorrow’s fuel, whilst maximising profitability along the way. The team’s energy recovery experts will also be on hand to answer any questions specific to delegates’ own waste handling plants.

Managing director Chris Oldfield explains: “UNTHA UK’s philosophy is ‘we will give you more’. So, whether you are an existing customer, or even if you have never worked with us before, we are here to help. Our industry experience and knowledge means we are well-placed to offer an array of expertise and advice, and we will share as much of this as possible, to encourage wider resource efficiency progress in the UK.”

UNTHA UK’s stand will also play host to the team’s new compact shredder for food waste and packaging - the UNTHA S25. The smallest and lowest cost machine ever manufactured by the Austrian-owned shredding pioneers, this clever two shaft shredder is supplied as a complete CE certified system that is ready to ‘plug and go’.

Chris continues: “The S25 has been purposefully designed to satisfy the industry’s need for a simple, cost-effective yet high quality shredder. Available from only £13.50 per day through UNTHA Finance (subject to status and terms), this machine is built to the same quality standards as a shredder that would cost twenty times as much. With its small footprint, it is therefore perfect for organisations with budget and site space constraints. We hope it will present a number of new opportunities for organic waste handlers and small-scale anaerobic digestion facilities, as a result.”

Sustainability Live will take place at the NEC Birmingham, from 1-3 April 2014.

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