CDE surpasses 100m tonnes of diverted waste from landfill


The firm says it plans to celebrate its 30th year in business by strengthening its manufacturing capabilities and regional hubs

CDE’s wet processing technologies have helped divert over 100m tonnes of construction, demolition and excavation (CD&E) waste from landfill globally, over the past three decades, the company has revealed.

The supplier of sand and aggregate wet processing solutions for the waste recycling and natural processing sectors says it has reached the milestone as it celebrates its 30th year in business.

In March 2022, Tadweer and Al Dhafra Recycling said they had deployed IoT technology at their C&D waste recycling station to increase the facility’s operating time and energy efficiency. In November 2021, Averda said it won a new contract for waste management services at The Red Sea Development.

CDE’s Chief Executive Officer Marc Jennings said: “We’re very proud to announce that in our 30th year, together with our customers, we have diverted 100m tonnes of CD&E waste from landfill, while continuing to support our customers to maximise their natural resources in the most sustainable way possible, with greater efficiency and less waste than ever before.”

He added: “It’s a direct result, too, of the past and present talent at CDE. We know our success is dependent on our people and that’s why we are so focused on developing, promoting, and retaining great talent, so that we can continue to develop innovative solutions that empower and equip our customers, and the wider industry, to build a more sustainable future.”

Headquartered in Northern Ireland, CDE operates across five regions – the UK & Ireland, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Australasia and the Americas – with regional headquarters in each. The firm says it plans to celebrate its 30th year in business by strengthening its manufacturing capabilities and regional hubs, and expanding its workforce in response to increasing demand for innovative waste recycling solutions.

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