Jones Bros to feature at national waste industry exhibition22nd Aug 2018

A leading civil engineering company is to display its waste management expertise at a national exhibition.

Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK will exhibit at the Recycling and Waste Management (RWM) Exhibition 2018 on 12 and 13 September.

The event is the biggest of its kind in the UK, bringing 12,000 waste professionals and 500 exhibitors together at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

A Jones Bros team led by Geraint Thomas, contracts director, will be on hand, 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.

In the last 12 months, the family firm has constructed a landfill cell for hazardous waste in Jersey, and secured framework places with recycling firms FCC Environment and Viridor UK.

Geraint said: “We’re looking forward to exhibiting at the RWM Exhibition to demonstrate our expertise and knowledge in the waste industry.

“Our experience in the sector is wide ranging, as every year, we carry out 1,000,000m3 of earthworks, and supply and install around 500,000m2 of geosynthetics on site.

“The event will be a chance to catch up with familiar faces and also meet new contacts in the waste management industry.”

Jones Bros was founded in the 1950s and now employs more than 350 people.

The company’s aim is to continue to achieve steady growth rates and deliver success for the long term.

As well as waste management, the company is currently working on contracts in various sectors including highwaysflood and marine defence, and renewable energy projects around the UK.