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Acquisition of recycling operation extends Enva capability

09 January 2020

Recycling and specialist resource recovery solutions provider Enva has announced the acquisition of SAR Recycling for an undisclosed sum.

Based in Immingham, North East Lancashire, SAR Recycling is involved in the recycling of lead acid batteries.

It recovers the component materials which are then sold to global smelters or the plastics recycling sector.

Enva managing director Simon Dick described the SAR operation as a "logical extension for our specialist waste recovery business, particularly in the automotive and workshop sector".

He further stated that the company is looking forward to working with its newly-acquired partner "especially as emerging battery chemistries become more prevalent".

SAR Recycling general manager Arvydas Procevicius said he and his colleagues looked forward to working with the Enva team to continue providing "a high quality, consistent service and to supporting the Enva ethos of further developing our recovery processes and end markets".

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