Hadfield Wood Recyclers acquired by Enva

Written by: Jo Gallacher | Published:
Hadfield Wood Recyclers is one of the oldest wood recyclers in the UK

One of the UK’s oldest wood recyclers Hadfield Wood Recyclers has been acquired by Enva.

Enva, which describes itself as a 'full service' recycling and resource recovery solutions in the UK and Ireland, will acquire other businesses within the Hadfield group.

The wood recyclers has facilities in Tilbury, Manchester and Middlesbrough and handles wood waste for national and international waste management companies, local authorities and other public sector bodies.

Recovered waste is refined to create the ‘easie’ range of animal bedding products plus alternative sources of energy and materials for the panel board industry.

Geoff Hadfield, who founded Hadfield Wood Recyclers in 1980, said the time was right for the business to become a part of a bigger entity.

He said: “Enva is a well-respected company with a clear purpose. There are obvious synergies between our respective businesses that allow us to take the processing of waste wood to the next level.”

Tom Walsh, Enva CEO, added: “The manner in which the business takes a waste material and manages it back into a new product- effectively creating a second life and displacing finite natural resources- is completely aligned with the strategy and ethos of the Enva business.”

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