UK Power Network selects Sackers for scrap metal and cabling recycling

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Nigel Slinn and Adrian Dodds of Sackers
Nigel Slinn and Adrian Dodds of Sackers, near Ipswich

Sackers has secured a contract with UK Power Networks for removal and recycling of scrap metal and cable from London and the South East.

The team delivering the project has over 30 years’ experience in the utility and energy sector and is, therefore, able to comply with rigorous requirements. Sackers will process and recycle metal waste from all UK Power Networks’ sites in the South East.

The initial duration of the contract will be four years, with a four-year extension option.

Sackers has recently invested in a cable granulator which enables them to be the final processor of cable for customers like UK Power Networks, Britain’s biggest electricity distributor, and the manufacturing and engineering sector.

Joint MD David Dodds said: We are delighted to be able to deliver this service to UK Power Networks which we’ve started to roll out already. Our cable granulator has allowed us to offer good value and the ability to process on-site.

“ We have a three-strong compliance team which is at the forefront of all our work, ensuring we can meet all their licensing and compliance needs.”

David Collis, technical and service development manager at UK Power Networks, said: “UK Power Networks is very pleased to work with Sackers due to their excellent service and the environmental focus of their recycling processes.”

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