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Brett Aggregates and McGee join forces

Brett and McGee join forces

Companies form partnership to create state-of-the-art recycling centre in West London

BRETT Aggregates and specialist contractors McGee have recently announced a partnership to provide a state-of-the-art demolition material recycling centre in West London, to fulfil ever-increasing recycling and waste-management needs for the construction industry.

The recycling centre, located in Hithermoor, close to J14 of the M25, sees McGee and Brett pool their resources and expertise to provide the industry with an extensive recycling operation.

A significant investment in specialist recycling plant and machinery has been made at the site to allow the segregation, treatment and recycling of demolition arisings, with all waste brought to the facility being recycled to provide a variety of high-quality specifications.

Both firms say the move has extended their recycling and material management capabilities by providing a dedicated and wide-ranging service to manage demolition arisings from London’s construction sites and to support new developments.

Daniel Haw, sales manager with Brett Aggregates, commented: ‘We have a great working relationship with McGee and see this venture as combining their reputation as a specialist contractor with our ability to provide quality products. The increased volumes through the site allows us to offer consistent high-quality recycled products to our customers throughout London and the Home Counties.’

Brett Aggregates and McGee have a formed strong relationship over many decades, working together to deliver effective solutions at a number of prestigious contracts in London, including major works at Wimbledon All England Tennis Club, Heathrow Airport and, most recently, Battersea Power Station.

McGee director John McGee said: ‘It is important to us to minimize the amount of material sent to landfill. Close collaboration with Brett allows us to maximize the amount of material that can be recycled and back-load trucks to construction sites, which delivers transport efficiencies, cost savings and helps to reduce environmental impact.’

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