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All our sites are open for business as usual, albeit on slightly reduced opening hours, whilst following the "Working safely during COVID-19" guidance produced by the government on May 20 to keep your staff and our staff safe.
EGGER Timberpak UK hosted the latest Wood Recyclers Association meeting in Hexham, where it was also announced that its Director Mark Hayton would be re-elected as a Board member.
Wood Recycling magazine visited the Washington site in February and spoke to Mark Hayton and Gavin Ball about the role of the company and some of the current issues the industry is facing overall.
Our top priority is the health of our employees, customers, suppliers and partners.
Timberpak Washington recently has installed a brand new IQR shredder to futureproof the shredding ability of the site.
Leeds Timberpak has been expanding with the addition of its new fixed, permanent picking station as part of our continued focus on health and safety.
Mark Hayton, Director of Timberpak Limited, talks about what’s been happening with the PRN scheme this year and gives his predictions on what might happen in the near future.
Connor Paterson, our Customer Relationship Representative for Scotland, joined Timberpak at the end of last year, having previously worked at the EGGER Barony plant. We’ve asked him a few questions about his role and his experiences so far.
We’re delighted to welcome some new starters to our expanding Timberpak team!
Letsrecycle Live is a new trade show that took place from 22nd-23rd May at the NAEC Coventry, bringing together some of the biggest names in the recycling industry.
Timberpak Bellshill has a new picking station and receives its 5th arctic unit to expand its fleet.
Following on from its partnership with Leeds Wood Recycling and Newcastle Wood Recycling, Timberpak has now also partnered with the social enterprise’s Scottish branch in Glasgow.
Beal Developments are benefitting from Timberpak’s “Ro-Ro” collection service, placing 40 cubic yard bins on five of the company’s sites in the Hull area.
Released this year, the Government’s ‘A Green Future: Our 25 Year Plan to Improve the Environment’ sets out a comprehensive and long-term approach to protecting and enhancing natural landscapes and habitats for the next generation.
The last 12 months have certainly flown and now seems a good time to pause for breath and look back on 2018.
Read on to discover how Timberpak is helping Newcastle and Leeds Wood recycling social enterprises.
The safety of our employees, contractors, drivers and visitors whilst working at Timberpak is our top priority, and one which we are constantly monitoring. Read on to find out how technology is helping.
No matter what the weather, our employees wellbeing is taken care of.
See the new Timberpak Scotland yard extension come to life via our time-lapse video and find out what benefits it is bringing.
Find out how an environmental education programme is raising the awareness of waste and recycling to schools and community groups across the Wakefield district.
As a waste supplier are you prepared if any of your deliveries include hazardous materials (such as telegraph poles, railway sleepers or gas bottles) are rejected?
Using single “general waste” skips for waste collection is not a cost effective option. Find out how Timberpak has been helping companies across the UK reduce their costs and boost recycling rates.
Since its establishment in 2010, the Bellshill site has been growing at a remarkable rate. However, operations have been taking place within the same yard space – but not for any longer.
Find out how our latest piece of kit is helping customers and futureproofing the business for ongoing success at our Timberpak Scotland site.
For over five years, Viridor and Timberpak have worked together to offer the best and most cost-effective service for local authorities. Find out how this partnership is set to continue into the future.
Discover how a combined commitment to excellent service is helping to recycle 20,000 tonnes of waste wood each year.
Through a successful closed-loop recycling process, a long-term sustainable solution to waste wood ensures it is reused and recycled to create exceptional office furniture.
When Timberpak started in 2000, we had to find a software solution to for our business transactions. At the time the EGGER standard software, SAP, was unable to cope with our requests so we installed an off-the-shelf industry standard solution.
At Timberpak a constant supply of wood with a continuity of quality is extremely important to our operation. In return Timberpak offers the assurance of a guaranteed disposal outlet and service that benefits our partners operations.
Timberpak Limited was voted the outright winner in the Resource Management Business of the Year category at the recent MRW National Recycling Awards.
We’ve installed a nice new picking station at our Bellshill site to improve the quality of our recycled material. However, that’s not all.
With more and more deliveries at our Washington site, space was often in short supply! Our solution was simple – extend. Read on to find out what our site looks like now.
The last few months has seen us make a number of customer service improvements and welcome some new faces to our team. Read on to find out what these changes mean for you.