UNTHA UK has further invested in its relationship with metal recyclers and scrap merchants, as we have joined the British Metal Recycling Association (BMRA).
Representing over 270 organisations in this £7bn sector, the BMRA is widely considered the voice of the metals recycling industry, here in the UK.
Providing unswerving support to members irrespective of the economic or competitive landscape, the association continually engages with varied stakeholders, to represent and promote the metal recycling sector – even at policymaker level.
And having recently launched the already-acclaimed UNTHA ZR2400W metal shredder, UNTHA UK has joined the trusted trade body to help bolster what it can achieve next.
“We have long respected the work of the BMRA,” commented UNTHA UK’s sales director Gary Moore. “And having worked hard for two years to engineer a shredder that can transform what’s possible in the sector, we thought it was about time we did even more to support the association. We’re looking forward to getting stuck in!”
The two shaft UNTHA ZR has already hit the waste and recycling headlines, for its ability to ensure multi-shift, continuous performance – even when handling difficult materials some would consider economically unshreddable.
Extensive trials on the European continent have shown exactly what the ZR can do, and capable of processing metal scrap, WEEE and large domestic appliances with ease, to achieve a rough material breakdown (90% <300mm) for effective downstream sorting. It is therefore the ideal machine for metal processors, recyclers, and aluminium and metal manufacturers.
What’s more, following extensive data analysis, UNTHA has found that the dual shaft machine now promises the lowest lifecycle costing (LCC) for waste, wood and metal shredding in its class.
“Everything about this machine, is designed to make the operator’s life easier. We’re talking more throughputs, more uptime, more energy efficiency, more savings – I could go on,” elaborated Gary. “But we realise we sound like we’re merely making bold claims. That’s why we’re inviting metal recyclers to come and see the UNTHA ZR for themselves, at our shredder showcase on 19 October. It promises to be a fantastic event – packed full of live demonstrations and face-to-face networking – after what has been a very difficult 18 months for many.”
The UNTHA ZR is one of many machines in UNTHA’s metal shredding range.