MDF Recovery gets £250,000 investment boost from SUEZ

Michael Holder
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UK MDF recycling firm secures backing of French resources giant to help commercialise 'ground-breaking' recycling technology

A UK company developing 'world-first' technology to recycle medium density fibreboard (MDF) waste has secured £250,000 in backing from resource management giant SUEZ Recycling, it was announced yesterday....

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