Waste & recycling

Waste management concrete products is a growing industry and our precast and prestressed range provide a variety of applications across the sector.

Poundfield Precast Ltd offer a great range of precast concrete retaining wall products suitable for your waste & recycling storage solutions.

The wide product range offers a variety of applications – all designed and built to withstand the considerable loading and impact of waste management and also helps minimise the risk of cross contamination.

Health & safety is very important in any workplace setting, but especially so in the waste management industry with one of the 4th most common hazards being storage. Here at Poundfield we work closely with your company to make sure storage areas/storage bays are the correct specification for your requirements.

Our specialist sales team are on hand to guide and assist you through the range of products and accessories we offer and answer any questions you may have.

Our installation team is available for both the initial instalments and also if you need to reconfigure storage areas at a later time.

Anaerobic digestion waste plant

Anaerobic digestion waste plant is an important technology for producing energy from waste. With a number of opportunities arising from anaerobic digestion waste plants, from renewable energy to fertiliser, we have the manufacturing expertise and solution to ensure you have the correct storage area for your biomass.

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Precast concrete walling at Energy from Waste (EfW) sites

Energy from Waste (EfW) sites have significant uses for precast concrete products, which are more commonly preferred to the in situ options.

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Retaining walls for your green waste site

Our specialist concrete retaining wall systems can be used as push walls, storage bays, or a dividing wall to maximise your space.

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Retaining walls for the waste and recycling industry

Retaining walls are used to separate and contain waste in their bays as it moves through the plant before being further processed. They are used as containment walls and are sometimes referred to as bay walls and push walls.

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