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UK distributor for sorting systems major BHS

United Kingdom – Jarshire Environmental and Recycling Division has been appointed as distributor and service partner for Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) in the UK and Ireland. Jarshire will represent BHS and its subsidiary companies, namely Netherlands-based air separation specialist Nihot and US optical sorting expert NRT.

′We are delighted with this appointment which fits so well with our existing product base and market position,′ comments Jarshire′s director Nick Jobson. ′To be directly involved with the installation and maintenance of waste stream processing systems enables Jarshire to now offer a complete recycling service.′

Headquartered in Oregon, BHS covers the design, engineering, manufacturing and installation of sorting systems and components for the recycling, waste-to-energy and construction & demolition industries. The company claims to have engineered ′some of the largest and most advanced materials recovery facilities in the world′.

Jarshire has also become the exclusive UK distributor for Harris Waste Management Group and IPS following the recent acquisitions of these companies by Avis Industrial Corporation. ′Bringing together Harris and IPS will create a business with extensive knowledge and a wealth of experience in the supply of size-reduction equipment to the waste, recovered paper and metal recycling industries,′ Jobson adds.

Jointly, Harris and IPS have more than 100 two-ram balers in the UK and Ireland, baling a variety of materials including plastics, non-ferrous metals, refuse-derived fuel, paper and board. Through Jarshire, they also offer an extensive range of open- and closed-end horizontal balers, as well as balers, shears and shredders for ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

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