Innovative new uses for recovered materials

From used nappies to acoustic panelling & even table tops

After we treat and process the nappies and absorbent hygiene products, the cellulose fibre is separated and used to produce fibre boards and acoustic panelling (examples of which we have at our offices).  We then send the plastics, including latex, nitrile, vinyl etc. to secondary re-processors for recycling.


We have also been experimenting with the manufacture of various types of display panelling, shelving and other uses for this bonded material, including both work tops and even table tops. We have produced a number of such units and continue to look for new and innovative new uses for these recovered materials.