Reston Waste purchases £2m worth of JCB machinery

London-based company Reston Waste has announced it has purchased £2 million worth of JCB machinery. 

The new models, which were supplied by Greenshields JCB, include JCB 427 Wastemaster wheeled loading shovels, 131X and 140X tracked excavators and a JS20MH materials handler. 

According to Reston Waste, the wheeled loading shovels are used to pile up materials and load bulk aggregates on to articulated lorries. It is then loaded on to the trommel which separates the waste before it reaches the picking line. 

The company have said the excavators pre-sort larger items from the waste before it goes on the picking line. 


Transfer station manager, Josh Reston, said: “The main thing when running a waste transfer station is minimising down time. We work our machines relentlessly and they are operating in a harsh environment, so we need ones which are up to the challenge. They have all our required safety features which make each operator’s job as protected and efficient as possible.” 

Reston Waste is a skip hire and waste clearance company based in Wimbledon which operates throughout London.  


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