Carpet Recycling UK members currently operate from more than 35 sites and this initiative will mean that many more people will have local access to a carpet disposal/ recycling service. Details of all the new sites accepting carpets will be included in the Specialist Carpet Recyclers listing on the CRUK website over the coming months.
Green Recycling Group will ensure that no carpets are landfilled and that both energy recovery and material recycling play their part in achieving zero landfill.
Longer term plans for 2013 - 2014 include the installation of a new UK plant for conversion of carpets to biofuel.
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