CRJ Services Ltd

CRJ Services is the home of material processing solutions. Whether you require a hire, sale of a new machine or support and parts for your existing machinery, CRJ are the experts.



Phone 01565 723886


Brook House Farm

London Road



WA16 9LU


CRJ is the leading hirer of mobile recycling equipment in the UK with 80+ machines in the existing hire fleet. Their machines shred, screen and sort waste streams, helping businesses to divert millions of tonnes of waste from landfill, saving costs and creating saleable final products.


CRJ supply a range of material processing equipment and waste recycling systems. We provide state of the art static and mobile machinery, such as; Shredders, Screeners, Density Separator, Eddy Current Separators and Recycling Systems. We supply both the public and private sector, including the recycling, quarrying, extraction, waste management, composting ad material handling industries.


CRJ have an expert team of site based and field engineers, on hand to provide our customer with top quality service and support. We firmly believe our on-going support leaves the rest standing. Whether we are delivering and setting up your machine, offering operation advice and guidance, or servicing and maintaining your purchased equipment, our team of engineers are always willing to go that extra mile to ensure your operation runs smoothly.


CRJ’s parts facility is one of the largest in the UK of it’s kind. Stocking over £1.2m worth of spare parts for all of our hired and purchased equipment, our 24 hour delivery promise ensures that we will get you back up and running ASAP. Over the past few years, we have worked closely with a belt manufacturer to develop of our own range of conveyor belts. These belts have been tried and tested in our hire fleet for over 2 years, so we know they are top quality. We are now able to offer these belts to our customers, offering great quality at affordable prices. We also stock; drive belts, drums, screening baskets, teeth, rollers, filter kits, bearings and magnets.

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