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TRB Lightweight Structures See Stars for Recycling

11 November 2013

TRB Lightweight Structures have been awarded the Silver Star award from National Recycling Stars in recognition of its contribution to the reduction of landfill waste, recycling rates and overall waste management.

The award, which was met by recycling over 80% of the company’s waste, highlights TRB’s passion and commitment to recycling and sustainability.

Paul Coulquitt, Production Manager at TRB said, “We are all very proud of our achievement with National Recycling Stars and we’ll continue to explore ways to improve our recycling and sustainability programme.”

About TRB Lightweight Structures

TRB designs and engineers lightweight structures in Rail, Aerospace, Automotive and Energy industries worldwide. Our goal is to make vehicles and structures more efficient and reduce fuel use.






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