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Bespoke Recycling Facilities Help Waste Management

06-21-2011 08:05 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

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Waste management provider Veolia has just had additional outdoor storage space installed by temporary buildings company TransformaSpace. The new bespoke recycling facility has transformed operations, saving Veolia both time and money.
Companies across the UK can save thousands of pounds simply by protecting their products from the elements. When national waste management company Veolia identified the weather as a key threat to growth, they contactedTransformaSpace to find a solution.
Veolia needed immediate protection for their products, so the storage space needed to be operational within days. TransformaSpace’s experience and reputation for creating fast-erected temporary storage facilities made them a natural choice for the task.
TransformaSpace’s Director, Tom Alldread, comments: “Veolia came to us for an outdoor covered storage facility for their East Midlands site. Their mixed paper and cardboard was being affected by the varying weather conditions we see in the UK.”
Veolia’s material recovery facility processes seven different waste products from domestic and industrial sites around the East Midlands. TransformaSpace conducted a free site visit and proposed a variety of solutions. In the end, a canopy with a ClearSpan roofing system was chosen.
John Kirk, Veolia’s Site Supervisor, views the extra storage as key to running a successful operation: “The high quality canopy keeps our products dry and has freed up extra storage capacity for us on site.
“Before we had the canopy, our paper and cardboard bales would get wet and loose materials would blow all over the site. Now, we have dry products and our site is kept tidier- it saves us time and money”.
Kirk also speaks highly of the TransformaSpace team; “The service I have received from TransformaSpace has been second to none. The friendly and professional team provided us a solution that was put up in one day.”
Each year, in the UK, we generate over 80 million tonnes of waste from households, commerce and industry and this is set to increase in the future. The Government commitment to a zero waste economy will only increase demand for recycling.
Organisations will find that their waste management facilities come under increasing pressure and they need to plan for this now. Installing a temporary structure is an ideal way to increase capacity instantly.
As Alldread explains, “Our structures are fast becoming the number one choice to expand recycling facilities and storage space.
“Temporary structures are ideal for businesses on leased sites: They are quick to put up, fully relocatable and can be tailored to the company”.
For more information on how TransformaSpace can help your business, visit


TransformaSpace is a temporary building company based in Ripley, Derbyshire, supplying temporary buildings to a wide range of industry sectors, including blue chip companies, logistics providers, sport and leisure, warehousing and haulage.

The business was established in 2008 by Belper-born Managing Director, Steve Alldread. A specialist in the industry, Steve is supported by his wife, Dawn Alldread, Commercial Director and son, Tom Alldread, Operations.

TransformaSpace temporary buildings and canopies are available for purchase or hire and last for up to 25 years. Each structure uses ClearSpan, an exclusive and unique design for roofs and gables.

Each building or canopy is built to the customer's unique specification. These buildings can be constructed and dismantled within days, so can be easily relocated.

For more information on this press release please contact Helen Laird at or on 0115 853 2885.

01773 570342

Brook House, 119 Derby Road, Marhay Nr, Ripley, Derbyshire, DE5 8HU

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