Kiverco consult, design, engineer and build uncompromisingly robust recycling plant for any business in the waste processing industry. Kiverco is your reliable partner in the recycling industry. We have been working in the recycling industry for over 20 years and monitor all influencing factors within the industry – from politics to the weather.
This enables us to create designs for recycling plant which not only take all industry relevant requirements into account, but also all customers’ individual current and future needs. Because all of our plants are modular in design, you can grow as your business grows, easily upgrading or adding parts to the current facility or relocating individual products, sections or the entire MRF.
Due to our extensive experience, our professional relationship with world leading technology partners and together with our extensive service programmes, we can give you confidence and control in your investment in Kiverco.
Our philosophy is simple
Through our robust design and engineering, we will ensure optimal performance of your plant which – even in the harshest of environments –gives you maximum uptime and therefore maximum output.
This in return maximises the lifetime value of your plant, returning your investment in any Kiverco MRF faster.
Our waste solution product offering is extensive – from RDF Energy solutions to Construction and Industrial Waste all our plants follow the same principle: uncompromisingly robust engineering.
We also supply products such as Trommel Screens and Ballistic Separators for companies who require specific parts as opposed to a complete plant.
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