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Coral Products investing in new recycling plant
Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd, has announced they are investing in an in-house recycling plant based in their Haydock site, which has been their location since 1989.
Coral Products are a manufacturer and distributor of plastic injection and blow moulded plastic products, and manufacture products for a diverse range of markets including, food packaging, household, healthcare, recycling and waste, telecoms and rail.
Neil Ashurst managing director said: “The recycling plant will mean that we are able to offer councils, local authorities housing associations and other businesses an option to recycle their waste plastic or expired plastic recycling products, Coral Products (Mouldings) Ltd can then use this new recycled material to create other/new plastic products.”
The recycling plant will be based in the company’s Haydock site in Merseyside, will see the business utilise waste plastic from the surrounding areas to produce their products.
Neil was keen to underline the importance of recycling wherever the company is able to, he added: “With the impact of waste plastic upon the environment, we are conscious as a plastics company to reduce any impact we may have. We currently regrind waste plastic which is reused within a current line of products, these steps and further investment are to enable us to become a 360 circular economy self-sufficient business. We are constantly reviewing our products for our recycling and food waste and are developing new products with higher use of recycled material.”
Em Varney-Long, Marketing Manager concluded: “This is a great investment for the business and for our local economy, we are Ambassadors for St Helen’s and with almost 30 years being established in the area we are keen to improve efficiency and support others, the in house recycling plant will be a great way of taking steps to make a difference. This investment will also reduce the amount of plastic going to landfill, we are part of the recycling revolution and proud of this.”
As the firm approach 30 years as an established British manufacturer, this is certainly a positive investment for manufacturing and the environment.