Bryson House waste storage facilities in Northern Ireland


 

 

Bryson


House

 

 

Bryson House Recycling | Northern Ireland, UK

 

Following the award of the largest recycling contract ever placed in Northern Ireland, staff at Bryson House Recycling Plant realised that they would urgently require extra waste storage facilities to house the vast quantities of un-sorted magazines, newspapers, bottles and cans.

 

The natural lighting supplied by the translucent roof membrane reduces the use for artificial lighting, which not only saves on energy costs but also provides a safer more efficient operating environment.

 

"Rubb Buildings have been an excellent company to work with. Due to the demand for extra space, we needed a contractor who could supply a storage solution in a short period of time. We chose Rubb Buildings above their competitors due to their approach in offering a fast, cost effective storage solution."

Eric Randall | Director of Recycling at Bryson House

 

 

 

Specification

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Type:
Usage:
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Overall height:
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N.Ireland
BVR
Storage
18m
24m
7m
N/A
432sq m

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Bryson House  waste depo facility Bryson House and Nantwich Borough recycling waste building Bryson House waste transfer building Bryson House waste processing building

 

 

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