Manvers print group The Bluetree Group are given elephant-sized recycling boost by Russell Richardson

By Antony Clay | 19/01/2018

Manvers print group The Bluetree Group are given elephant-sized recycling boost by Russell Richardson
Phil Mott, Bluetree Group supply chain manager, left, with Russell Richardson MD Jonathan Richardson.

A PRINTING firm has received a boost thanks to a company which can recycle the equivalent of 20 elephants in weight of its scrap paper every month.

The Bluetree Group, of Brookfields Park on Manvers Way, is now having its trimmings and offcuts dealt with by Attercliffe-based waste specialist Russell Richardson.

The Sheffield firm has shipped three vast compactor skips to the Manvers operation which can offload or recycle 160 tonnes of its scrap paper per month.

Russell Richardson’s sales manager Nicky Hellewell said:  “Bluetree is our biggest client to date in terms of tonnage and we are proving we are more than capable.

“We have three compactor skips, each with a 14-tonne capacity, on site and collect on a rotational basis six days a week.”


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