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Brewster Brothers Expands with New Construction Recycling Facility

Construction recycling company Brewster Brothers has opened a second recycling plant near Cumbernauld, UK as part of a £7 million investment in its business expansion.

January 11, 2024

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Construction recycling company Brewster Brothers has opened a second recycling plant near Cumbernauld, UK as part of a £7 million investment in its business expansion.

The Brewster Brothers have recycled over a million tonnes of construction waste from landfills. And now, with a second plant, can recycle an additional 300,000 tonnes of construction, demolition, and excavation waste annually.

"It’s increasingly clear that the construction sector in Scotland appreciates the need to reduce the amount of natural resources that the industry uses and the amount of carbon it emits while increasing the use of recycled and secondary materials,” said Scott Brewster, managing director of Brewster Brothers.

"The volume of construction, demolition, and excavation waste that’s been recycled over the last six years has grown enormously, and our investment into this second site demonstrates that there’s room for a further expansion in this area.”

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