RWM Exhibition 2018 Hub17th Aug 2018

Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK is exhibiting at the Recycling and Waste Materials (RWM) Exhibition on September 12 and 13 at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham.

Our expert waste remediation team, led by contracts director Geraint Thomas, will be on stand 5A35 to provide information on the company’s waste management capabilities which includes bulk earthworks and cell and capping construction with various lining systems and clay engineering.

Jones Bros also provides landfill gas systems, lagoon construction, and ground stabilisation, as well as the construction of waste transfer stations, material recovery facilities (MRFs) and mechanical biological treatment (MTB) plants. More recently, the company has completed projects on leachate treatment plants.

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We’ve secured a place on Viridor’s waste management framework

We carry out waste management for recycling, renewable energy and waste management company Viridor across the southern half of the UK.


Using innovation to improve lagoon stability

Our expert team used a lime stabilisation technique to reinforce a lagoon embankment at an anaerobic digestion plant in Lincolnshire.


Island of Jersey landfill contract completed ahead of schedule and on budget

We completed construction of a 5,000 sq m hazardous cell on Jersey, taking extra precautions to ensure contaminated materials did not escape into the English Channel.


Case study: High Heavens Waste Transfer station

We delivered a £3.6m waste recycling facility and hard standing area on a former landfill site for long-standing client FCC Environment UK.


Rewarding our employees

We’ve handed promotions to four of our long serving project managers, including Geraint Thomas who regularly manages waste management contracts in the south of England.


A family firm through generations

Many Jones Bros employees have relatives who have also worked for the company. Jamie Owen 19, is following in his grandfather’s footsteps as a trainee plant operator.