The Rubb BVR structure has helped expand the facilities and provided a large, internal storage space for Fortress Recycling’s new conveyor system. In an increasingly eco-conscious world, Rubb has the flexibility to provide tailor-made solutions to meet waste and recycling requirements. Rubb can offer solutions which allow waste material to be unloaded, stored and processed in a dry, wind free environment minimising as much pollution as possible.
Rubb worked with the client, Fortress Recycling & Resource Management, to come up with the ideal building to suit requirements. Rubb installed a 15m span x 18m storage building, with 6.5m high sidewalls. The waste and recycling processing facility features two electrically operated roller shutter doors (5m high x 5m wide) in the left sidewall and one single personnel access door. This structure provides a covered area where vehicles can easily reverse, drop off and load items to be processed via the roller shutter doors. The hot dip galvanized steel frame and PVC coated, high-tenacity polyester micro-yarn based cladding, require very low maintenance.
David Pass, Fortress Managing Director said: “The whole process was handled very efficiently and any changes to the design were quickly incorporated.”
Rubb relocatable buildings offer flexible storage warehouse solutions as they can be easily and quickly reconfigured/relocated to suit any extra needs the client may have. This allows a more efficient working environment than conventional warehouse structures. Rubb buildings are designed to withstand difficult environmental and corrosive conditions. Rubb fabric structures can also be custom designed to support a variety of bulk handling methods.
Waste and recycling
5m x 5m