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Knowaste LLC

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Knowaste LLC

4 Fivewood Barn Money Lane

Bromsgrove, Worcestershire,B61 0QY

United Kingdom

Company Description

Knowaste was established in 1989 as the proprietor of worldwide patented technologies for the recycling of absorbent hygiene products (AHPs). AHPs include: Disposable baby diapers Adult incontinence products Feminine hygiene products Today, Knowaste is at ... more.

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Employment History

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Recycling International


General Manager

Birmingham PostKnowaste


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PHS Group plc


General Manager

Knowaste LLC


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AWM Group


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Knowaste.com - The Team

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Dave Jelley
General Manager dave.jelley@knowaste.com


Knowaste.com - Knowaste Midlands

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The Black Country is home to Knowaste Midlands Ltd, the UK’s first-ever facility for recycling nappies/diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products, operated by General Manager, Dave Jelley, and officially opened by the Chairman of the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Stewart Towe CBE with Knowaste CEO, Roy Brown, in Sept 2011.


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Dave Jelley, general manager at Knowaste, said planning permission for the Dagenham facility could be submitted as early as spring 2013 and that he was fairly confident it would be granted.
He said: "The feelers have gone out and the indication is that there would be no problem. With Dagenham, the site has already got waste activities on it. It is not a foregone conclusion that we will get planning permission, but it is as close as we are going to get at the moment." The Dagenham site is also set to host an anaerobic digestion plant by the TEG Group, and a large scale gasification facility. Mr Jelley said that Knowaste planned to build its second and third plants simultaneously, with the third planned for an as yet undecided location in Scotland. Mr Jelley added that the other facilities will not be built until the West Bromwich facility is fully up and running and operating at full capacity. Commenting on the autoclave technology, he said: "They are very susceptible to minor issues.


www.knowaste.com

Birmingham PostKnowaste, the nappy recycling technologies firm which has revealed plans to build the UK's first nappy recycling plant in Tyseley, has appointed Dave Jelley general manager.
r Jelley, aged 58, born in Birmingham and who lives in Walsall, has been in the waste industry 38 years including time spent running his own business. He has been working with designers and construction engineers to build Material Recycling Facilities at SITA, Willenhall and at AWM, Wolverhampton. r Jelley's role will be initially to project-manage development of the new facility at Tyseley upon planning permission being granted, and develop close links with local stakeholders. hen the plant is open he will be responsible for operations including the daily running and staffing of the site, managing transportation, deliveries and maintenance. He said: "I have been in the industry 38 years and this is the most exciting business I have been involved in to date.Knowaste's technology is set to revolutionise the way the UK deals with nappy waste and ensure it does not go to landfill. Knowaste, the world's leading developer of recycling technologies for nappies and absorbent hygiene products, which recently revealed its plans to build the UK's first nappy recycling plant in Tyseley, has appointed Dave Jelley as General Manager. Jelley (58), who was born in Birmingham and lives in Walsall, has been in the waste industry for 38 years, which has included running his own business. Recently he has been working with designers and construction engineers to build Material Recycling Facilities at SITA, Willenhall and at AWM, Wolverhampton.Jelley's role will be initially to project manage the development of the new nappy recycling facility at Tyseley upon planning permission being granted and to develop close links with local stakeholders. When the plant is open he will be responsible for all operations. This will include the daily running and staffing of the site, managing transportation, deliveries and general maintenance. Jelley said: "I have been in the industry 38 years and this is the most exciting business that I have ever been involved in to date."Knowaste's technology is set to revolutionise the way the UK deals with nappy waste and ensure that it does not go to landfill.


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Knowaste, the nappy recycling technologies firm which has revealed plans to build the UK's first nappy recycling plant in Tyseley, has appointed Dave Jelley general manager.
r Jelley, aged 58, born in Birmingham and who lives in Walsall, has been in the waste industry 38 years including time spent running his own business. He has been working with designers and construction engineers to build Material Recycling Facilities at SITA, Willenhall and at AWM, Wolverhampton. Mr Jelley's role will be initially to project-manage development of the new facility at Tyseley upon planning permission being granted, and develop close links with local stakeholders. hen the plant is open he will be responsible for operations including the daily running and staffing of the site, managing transportation, deliveries and maintenance. He said: "I have been in the industry 38 years and this is the most exciting business I have been involved in to date.Knowaste's technology is set to revolutionise the way the UK deals with nappy waste and ensure it does not go to landfill.


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