Guttridge to showcase materials handling equipment at Resource Efficiency and Waste Management Solutions (RWM) 2012

Monday 16 July, 2012

Guttridge to showcase materials handling equipment at Resource Efficiency and Waste Management Solutions (RWM) 2012

Guttridge Ltd will be showcasing the company’s  full range of materials handling equipment at the Resource Efficiency and Waste Management Solutions (RWM) 2012 Exhibition taking place at the NEC inBirminghamfrom 11-13 September.

On show will be Guttridge’s robust solutions for handling recycled or renewable streams. Celebrating 50 years of handling success in 2012, Guttridge brings unrivalled experience and expertise to the challenging world of waste and recycling and is at the forefront of developing effective conveying solutions for many different materials.

Recycling waste is the most important aspect of sustainability for  UKindustries.  Whether this is handling waste streams at recyclers or feeding waste into power generators, Guttridge have the right equipment for the application.

For difficult to handle materials such as food waste, Guttridge will be promoting their centreless screw conveyor, which, as the name suggests, has no central shaft to impede operation and is ideal for feeding anaerobic digesters.

With the variety of sustainable and recycled feed stocks available to power generators increasing, so does the requirement for flexible and high quality materials handling solutions. Guttridge have in their range the elevating or conveying equipment to offer cost effective yet high quality solutions for most feed stocks.

Guttridge experts will be on hand throughout the RWM 2012 event to discuss conveying solutions for any aspect of waste and recycling. Please visit us on stand 19T36.

Guttridge building

About Guttridge

With a foundation of 50 years of experience, Guttridge is a flourishing company, globally respected for delivering well-engineered, reliable materials handling solutions that continue to anticipate dramatically changing industrial needs.