Worsley Plant Report Increased Demand for Max X Tract

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Cheshire based Worsley Plant report an increase in sales and hire for their Max X Tract range of products fuelled by recent changes in landfill taxation.

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Worsley Plant, a leading supplier of equipment for separating, reducing and screening waste have recorded a significant increase in demand for their Max Extract Range of products.

This coincides with recent changes by HMRC over landfill tax which were announced on 18th May this year.

The issue is surrounding classification of waste products. Previously certain types of waste were classed as ‘inert’ and therefore eligible for a reduced level of taxation when disposed of. However the classification for waste types has been significantly tightened which means waste such as standard Trommel Fines are now eligible for the higher rate of taxation an increase of approximately 2500%. While this is generally bad news for the waste management industry.

However it seems it is not bad news for one enterprising company who can offer a solution.
Worsley Plant a specialist plant hire company in Cheshire supply equipment called Max X Tract and Flex X Tract which are specifically designed to process waste down to the smallest possible size, allowing allowing waste to be classified by the definition that attracts the lowest tax rate, thus reducing land fill tax costs. Additionally with their superior processing capabilities they also offer the ability to process out higher levels of metals and other recyclables which not only reduces landfill quantities but also offers an opportunity to increase revenue generated.

Sean Heron, Worsley Plant Managing Director, comments: “The product ranges can be configured to meet the criteria of just about every waste processing and waste sorting application you are likely to come across including the processing down of waste fines to a classification suitable to attract a lower rate of taxation, and at the same time provide an opportunity to increase revenues by extracting metals that would have previously gone to landfill but can now be reclaimed and sold. Our unique products have a triple focus of reducing landfill costs, increasing revenue from high value material collection as well as providing overall benefits for the environment. ”

For further information, please contact:

Adrian Nixon
Road Beta
Brooks Lane Industrial Estate
Cheshire CW10 0QF
01606 835544

Or visit their website at http://www.worsleyplant.co.uk

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