All posts tagged "Re-gen Waste"
News/ 2 years ago
Big investment has fuelled success for Re-Gen Robotics
Despite the challenges posed by Covid-19, the first and only Zone 0 EX Certified, remote-controlled, ‘No Man Entry’ robotic tank cleaning...
Newry/ 2 years ago
Re-Gen Waste recognises ‘waste worker heroes’ during Recycle Week
This week is Recycle Week and the theme this year is, thanking the nation for continuing to recycle despite the challenges...
Armagh/ 3 years ago
It’s green bins all the way for Armagh residents
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council is calling on residents to choose which recycling service option they would like to...
One third of Armagh households would recycle more with one bin for all recycling
Over one third of Armagh households would recycle more if they had one bin for all recycling. An NI-wide recycling poll,...
Re-Gen Waste welcomes Finance Minister to Newry plant
Conor Murphy, Minister of Finance, visited Re-Gen Waste’s materials recovery facility in Newry, to hear about their significant investments over the...
How a conversation between three brothers at a kitchen table led to a multi-million pound business
Putting out the recycling may now be a common chore for residents up and down the country but that hasn’t always...
Minister visits Re-Gen waste recycling facility in Newry
Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Minister Edwin Poots, has heard first-hand how adopting Re-Gen Waste’s co-mingling recycling services model across all...
Newry/ 3 years ago
Newry company gives £10k to ensure Cancer Fund for Children’s vital work continues in pandemic
A Newry company has donated £10,000 to ensure the Cancer Fund for Children can keep its essential support going during the...
Re-Gen Waste Donates £60k of PPE to protect local hospital staff
Nearly 50,000 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) is being donated to help key workers across the Southern Health and Social...
Re-Gen WTE Ltd renews long-term licence with Warrenpoint Harbour
Newry-headquartered Re-Gen WTE Ltd, has agreed another long-term licence with Warrenpoint Harbour Authority (WPHA), to export ‘Refuse Derived Fuel’ products from...
Re-Gen Waste invests £5m in facility to produce fossil fuel alternative for industry
Re-Gen Waste, has invested £5m in the development of its existing processing facility, to produce a high specification replacement for traditional...