Recycling and waste management business Levenseat has announced plans to invest £4m upgrading a new Materials Recycling Facility (MRF), which it purchased for an undisclosed sum from Avondale Environmental today. West Lothian headquartered Levenseat says it will introduce new technologies and automated processes at the Falkirk site where it plans to create up to 50 skilled jobs.
Lanarkshire-based recycling and waste management solutions business Levenseat has developed a new stream of accredited products that provide a sustainable and lower cost alternative to virgin aggregates used in construction projects. The new products are the first in Scotland to have secured ‘end-of-waste’ status from the country’s environmental regulator SEPA.
Levenseat will be conducting steam blowing to the pipelines and equipment at the Levenseat Renewable Energy Power Plant on the 13th July. The Steam blowing is required as part of the maintenance procedure following repair work to the system.
Levenseat Renewable Energy today (4th December 2020) announce plans for further expansion following West Lothian Council planning committee’s decision to grant permission for a variation to the Phase 2 Energy from Waste - Thermal Treatment Plant.
We currently have an opportunity for a Minerals Manager to join our team. You will oversee and co-ordinate the minerals processing and associated operations at Levenseat including the current fines plant, wash plant, Zambezi, Plate Press, crushing & screening, ash processing and block manufacture & install. You will be responsible for ensuring the smooth, efficient, and safe operation of these activities.
The dramatic rise in recycling has been attributed to the Scottish Borders becoming a landfill-free area in July 2019 after the procurement of a new residual waste contract. Levenseat Limited was awarded the contract, which involves the transport and treatment of the 42k tonnes of residual waste produced in the Borders each year.