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Two brand new JCB’s arrive

The first of two brand new JCB’s arrived today. These TLT 35-23D & 35-26D 4×4 STAGE V machines are designed for both fuel efficiency and heavy lifting. Thanks to Greenshields JCB Limited for a good service as usual.

Boardroom Artwork Arrives

Thank you Hanna Reilly-Taylor and TaylorMade Interiors for designing and painting this one of a kind piece for our new board room. Looks great! It make it even more special for us that Hanna is an old friend and ex employee.

Ecogen have taken delivery of the first of two Thorworld 12-ton Recycling Ramps

Ecogen have taken delivery of the first of two Thorworld 12-ton Recycling Ramps. These new ramps supplied by Loading Bay Services have been custom built for Ecogen to withstand our harsh environment. Additional safety features have been integrated into the design to keep our staff safe whilst loading. We supply quality recyclate to papermills all …

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Ecogen Recycling

We’ve Moved!

The Ecogen team is pleased to announce that we have now moved to a much larger facility in Kings Worthy Business Park, Winchester

New site development update 23/06/2020

Here is a snapshot of progress at Kings Worthy Business Park. Including: Gravel being laid, roof lanterns being constructed, ecology bird and bat box installation, the first of three baler conveyors installed, office cladding, speed humps.

New site development update 10/06/2020

Today Gemini Roofing and Cladding Ltd started work on the cladding of our new office at Kings Worthy Business Park.. Here are the ‘pre’ photos. We look forward to sharing pictures of the completed project in a few weeks.

Ecogen invest in new Presona conveyor

Presona UK have been hard at work constructing our brand new PUK conveyor system for our LP65 Presona baler. This machine uses new ‘bolt together’ technology easing the stress on maintenance and parts replacement and lenghtening its lifespan.

New site development update 01/05/20

Carlton Civil Engineering and Harrison Industrial have been making great progress laying yet more concrete and erecting steelwork for the loading doors. Here are some images of the progress so far.