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About LRS Consultancy

LRS Consultancy offers supply chain consulting services and specializes in materials resource efficiency and the development of the circular materials economy.

LRS Consultancy Headquarter Location

11-13 Weston Street Unit 3G.1

London, England, SE1 3ER,

United Kingdom

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Anthesis acquires environmental consulting firm LRS - Recycling Today

Apr 25, 2019

Anthesis acquires environmental consulting firm LRS With the acquisition Anthesis Group says it will now be able to provide a wider range of sustainability consulting services. The sustainability consulting firm Anthesis Group has acquired London-based resource efficiency and supply chain consulting firm LRS Consultancy , its sixth acquisition in 18 months. While London-based Anthesis did not disclose financial details, the company says it can now provide end-to-end sustainability consulting services to clients through the introduction of waste treatment, recycling and resource management skills from the LRS team. In addition to its London headquarters, Anthesis operations locations in the United States, Germany and the Philippines. This latest acquisition strengthens the company’s presence in the U.K. LRS specializes in materials resource efficiency and the development of the circular materials economy. Company clients include Tesco, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Nestlé, Akzo Nobel, Unilever, Costa, CIPS, Veolia, Viridor and SITA. Stuart McLachlan, CEO of Anthesis Group, says, “LRS is a great fit for the Anthesis Group, and I am pleased to be able to add their extremely strong portfolio of resource efficiency and sustainable supply chain work to our existing services. Collectively, our businesses have over 20 years of experience and we are excellently placed to meet the changing needs of our clients as they embrace the opportunities of the circular economy by delivering end to end sustainability solutions. “Our market will continue to grow when clients feel the value in the work we deliver, by having the right skills in the right places to make exciting things happen, and I’m looking forward to the opportunities that the LRS team brings.” Dee Moloney, previously managing director of LRS and newly appointed director at Anthesis LRS, says, “We have watched the emergence of Anthesis with great interest and are excited by their ambition and vision. It’s a journey that we are delighted to now be a part of, and with global reach and diversity of expertise we look forward to extending the value we can offer our clients. The changing market dynamics and needs of clients cannot be ignored and we are looking forward to working with the Anthesis team to realize the market potential for greater efficiency in the supply chain and meeting demand for sustainable products and business models.” Pyrolyx to partner with CH2E Group Companies will recover carbon black and diesel fuel from a Colorado tire landfill. Pyrolyx AG , a Munich, Germany-based company involved in the recovery of carbon black from scrap tires, has announced a partnership with Colorado-based CH2E Group . CH2E Group owns what it calls the largest tire landfill in the United States with a volume of roughly 600,000 tons. Under the letter of intent signed Feb. 18, 2015, Pyrolyx says it will start by erecting a production plant on CH2E’s site in Hudson, Colorado. CH2E will provide shredded scrap tires and the land required to build the plant. CH2E’s proposed Colorado facility uses tires as its primary source of raw material. CH2E’s thermal depolymerization system has been designed to convert waste tires into diesel fuel, activated carbon and steel. The company says its activated carbon has been formulated to be used in carbon injection systems or where there is a need for stringent flue emission controls. Commissioning for the Pyrolyx project is scheduled for 2016, after which Pyrolyx, together with CH2E, will have the right to build further production lines for the recovery of carbon black from end-of-life tires. Pyrolyx claims that by today's standards this will be the world's largest plant for the production of recovered carbon black. Pyrolyx has developed a patented process in which carbon black is obtained from scrap tires in what it calls a sustainable closed recycling loop. The carbon black can then be used to manufacture new tires. “By partnering with the CH2E Group, we have now taken the strategically important step of entering the U.S. market, the second-largest in the world,” says Niels Raeder, CEO of Pyrolyx. “With Pyrolyx carbon black now having been successfully tested by the tire industry, we'll be able to produce a significant amount of recovered carbon black in the U.S. when the plant is complete. This will make a significant contribution to reducing the world's scrap tires.” Daemo introduces new attachments made of Hardox Hituf and Hardox 400; and optional speed-up valve (crushing speed is twice as fast). DMS400, 550X, 700 shear Daemo new shear DMS400, 500X, 700 has multiple applications for demolition of iron structures in scrap yards. DMS series is designed for cutting large H-beams and I-beams from the job site. The body part is made of Hardox 400 that guarantees durability and reliability even in the most heavy-duty steel cutting operations. Features include: strong cutting power for large ship scrapping; made of Hardox Hituf; and optional speed-up valve. DMC230RB crusher Daemo crushers are ideal for the demolition of flooring, perimeter walls and structures of medium height, including vertical structures by using full rotating system, as well as for crushing at ground level. The lower and upper clamping jaws are made entirely of exchangeable wear parts for maximum productivity. The movable jaw is fitted with an exchangeable ground tooth plate, which in turn is fitted with two exchangeable teeth. The fixed jaw is fitted with exchangeable scraping teeth. Daemo’s new crushers are therefore extremely cost-efficient to use, according to the company. For more information about any of these products, visit . France-based waste management firm promotes two executives to VP positions. The recycling and waste management firm Suez Environnement , Paris, has announced the appointment of Marc Boursier to the position of senior executive vice president in charge of Waste Europe, and Christophe Cros to the post of senior executive vice president in charge of finance. Both positions are effective April 2, 2015. Boursier joined Suez as the financial controller of its waste management subsidiary SITA. He most recently was Suez’s senior executive vice president in charge of finance and has been responsible for the Suez’s purchasing department and for oversight of its Safege engineering subsidiary. In his new position Boursier will be responsible for managing Suez’s Waste Europe business. The company notes that his experience within the group has given him significant knowledge of its businesses, especially the waste sector. Boursier will be tasked with speeding up Suez’s transformation. Cros joined the Suez Group in 1991 and, between 1995 and 1998, was in charge of all its real estate activities. He was appointed COO of SITA in 1999, with responsibility for all its activities in Europe in 2002. He most recently was senior executive vice president of Suez Environnement. He will assume responsibility for Suez’s financial management and its purchasing department. In this new role Cros will devote all of his expertise to continuing the company’s value creation and growth. "Both Christophe and Jean Marc have made a huge contribution to the success of Suez Environnement over the last eight years. In their new roles and with the other members of our management committee, they will accelerate our profitable growth and leadership thanks to their talents and energy," says Jean-Louis Chaussade, CEO of Suez Environnement. UNTHA UK launches “How to shred” videos Company says series was prompted by its website's popular resources. UNTAH UK , a U.K.-based manufacturer of shredding equipment for the recycling, waste and renewable energy sector, has released the first of what it says will be a series of “How to Shred” videos. The company says that during an analysis of online visitor habits, UNTHA UK’s videos have attracted some of the greatest traffic levels at the company’s site. Because of this, UNTHA UK has launched a new series of “How to Shred” films. UNTHA UK says the initial plans call for it to release one new video every month. Each video will showcase how the company’s various types of equipment tackle a range of waste and recyclable materials, from familiar everyday objects to seemingly unshreddable items. Commenting on the launch of the “How to Shred” films, Chris Oldfield, UNTHA UK managing director, says, “We’ve read a number of blogs which predict that video will dominate as the social media content of choice in 2015. And last year video specialist Invodo published a statistic, which claimed that in 2017, 74 percent of all internet traffic will be video. “It’s therefore important that we communicate using media that our clients and prospective customers will most engage with and enjoy. Some people like to read our in-depth white papers and case studies, whereas others prefer to sit back and watch some simple footage. So, because we don’t believe in a ‘one size fits all’ approach, we’ll continue to offer content in as many forms as possible.”

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