The Sheehan Group Reaches Recycling Milestone


The Sheehan Group has been celebrating this week in order to mark saving 500,000 tonnes of waste from UK landfill sites. This milestone for the construction and recycling firm has come as a result of a multi-million-pound investment into an advanced recycling plant in 2012. The water treatment facility is used to wash construction and demolition waste which is destined for landfill and using it instead by turning it into re-usable aggregate.

The creation and introduction of the waste recycling plant was thought to be a significant investment by the Sheehan as a part of their sustainable strategy. The company have expressed their pride and delight at being able to reach such a milestone so quickly.

It is a view expressed by Sheehan Group that sustainability and ethically sound operations are crucial in the construction industry, and Sheehan is focused across their operations to lead in the field of producing recyclable materials. With the development of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, Sheehan has seen more and more local firms coming forward and purchasing the recycled aggregate in order to help make a difference.

The Sheehan Group is a construction and recycling company that is based in Oxfordshire and has over 70 staff working for them. The company specialises in construction as well as civil engineering, focusing on major work, country mansions and university buildings. The company has also worked in locations such as Tusmore House, Oxfordshire, Queens College, Oxford and Said Business School.

The company has said that they will always try to be at the forefront of advancements while working to highlight their sustainability, client service and expertise. The construction industry is constantly developing and moving with technology, and no doubt Sheehan Group will continue to meet milestones while ensuring they are as efficient and sustainable as possible.


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