Exol Lubricants to invest in reducing waste in its operations
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Exol Lubricants to invest in reducing waste in its operations

Exol Lubricants, a prominent UK lubricant manufacturer based in West Bromwich, West Midlands, England, has announced a significant GBP1 million (USD1.22 million) investment aimed at waste reduction in its operations. 

This new initiative reflects the company’s commitment to sustainable practices and will see the installation of state-of-the-art equipment to efficiently handle and recycle waste materials. The primary focus is to reduce the dependency on landfill disposal and enhance recycling rates, thus furthering Exol’s position as an environmentally-conscious brand.

The substantial investment will facilitate the acquisition of a new baler and a shredder, critical for the recycling process. These advanced machines will process cardboard, plastics, and general waste, dramatically reducing the volume of waste directed to landfills. By prioritising recycling, Exol projects a significant decrease in its carbon footprint.

Steve Dunn, sales director at Exol Lubricants, remarking on the investment, said: “Our dedication to eco-friendly initiatives is unwavering. This investment will not only streamline our waste management processes but also emphasises our ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship.”