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Environcom’s CRT processing plant is state of the art German built technology. Environcom processes thousands of televisions per week and is focused on achieving the highest recycling rates possible.

 
  • Front (flat) panel glass is separated from the (curved) funnel glass by the cutting system
  • The CRT processing machine also includes state of the art glass cleaning technology, cleaning 10 tonnes of glass each hour.

Latest News

Environcom - Winner of 2014 Business Excellence Award - Electrical Re Use & Recycling Specialist of the Year - UK (22 Jul 2014)
Environcom - Winner of 2014 Business Excellence Award - Electrical Re Use & Recycling Specialist of the Year - UK
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Grantham Journal - Grantham recycling firm Environcom is back on track after May fire  (20 Jul 2014)
Grantham Journal - Grantham recycling firm Environcom is back on track after May fire
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Pentane ruling sparks fridge recycling concerns (7 Oct 2013)
'Let's Recycle' Article - Recyclers have claimed that a change in Environment Agency guidance has lead to a shortage of capacity at fridge recycling plants.
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MRW article - New business models will boost reuse (28 Sep 2013)
Marcus Gover, WRAP Director - visit to Environcom - MRW Reuse article
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Daily Telegraph Article 4 June 2013 (4 Jun 2013)
How former Dixons executive Sean Feeney has revitalised Environcom, which recycles electrical items, after fearing the business was risking its reputation for short term gain.
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Finance For the Future Award (3 Jun 2013)
Financial leadership in sustainability recognised at Finance for the Future at Finance Awards
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PRESS Apprenticeships Let's Recycle (15 Mar 2013)
An apprenticeship scheme for re-use engineers is being launched as part of National Apprenticeship Week (11-15 March) by environcom and South Lincs College.
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Environcom wins The Chartered Institution of Waste Management Recycling Performance of the Year 2012 Award (12 Nov 2012)
Environcom, a company that specialises in recycling Waste Electrical and Electronic Items (WEEE), has won an award for developing a unique process that re-uses previously wasted material...
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