Brampton Skip Hire in Cumbria has rebranded to North West Recycling as it grows its environmental waste management operations.
The family-owned business said it wants to be a driving force in the region’s efforts to combat CO2 emissions and to recycle waste.
Founded in 1995, Brampton Skip Hire was originally established as a domestic skip hire business. This remains a core part of the business but the operation has grown rapidly, the company said.
It now delivers fully integrated waste processing capability including collection and disposal, operates a purpose-built recycling facility near Carlisle, and there is a renewable fuel plant currently under construction.
The company said that the rebrand better reflected the scale of the business, its growth plans and its greener approach to managing Cumbria’s waste. It will gradually phase out the Brampton Skip Hire brand and introduce the new name, North West Recycling, over the coming months.
It has also formed a partnership with Waste Knot Energy to build a Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) production facility.
Rick Allan, founder and owner of North West Recycling, said: “When the business moved into waste management in 1995, it was done with the clear vision of dealing with the non-recyclable element of waste in Cumbria. The decision to rebrand and our partnership with Waste Knot Energy form the next chapter in what we are doing to improve innovation in waste management, reduce Cumbria’s landfill burden and protect the local environment.”