The Liberty House Group has a Greensteel vision to create a competitive, sustainable steel sector in the UK. And to make that vision a reality, Liberty has launched Liberty Metal Recycling (LMR) to develop a network of advanced collection and processing facilities for both ferrous and nonferrous metals throughout the UK, U.S. and continental Europe.
With LMR, Liberty plans to set up a processing center in Newport, South Wales, to recommence liquid steel production from recycled scrap. Additionally, the company is scoping out recycling centers located in regions of high scrap metal generation to ramp up metal recycling.
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The Liberty House Group has launched a metal recycling business, Liberty Metal Recycling (LMR), as a major step towards the achievement of its Greensteel vision to create a competitive and sustainable steel sector in the UK.
LMR will develop a network of advanced collection and processing facilities for both ferrous and nonferrous metals across the UK, U.S. and continental Europe, and the new company will be led by two of the most widely experienced and respected figures in the global metal recycling industry.
Tom Bird, previously of SIMS and Van Dalen will head up the UK and U.S. parts of the new enterprise while Matthijs de Jong, formerly with Euro Scrap, TSR Recycling and the Alba Group, will lead the operation in mainland Europe.