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Singleton Birch

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Singleton Birch Ltd are the UK's leading independent supplier of lime. Their product range includes quicklime, natural hydraulic lime, hydrated lime, graded chalk, aggregates and other specialist lime products and services.

Their products are used in many production processes including the production of steel, different chemical processes, waste & water treatment, purification of flue gases, the production of lightweight building materials and various other in many of the construction industry. Lime is a natural and very old building material with a history going back thousands of years. It is also a modern industrial chemical produced to strict quality-control standards and which can be developed to meet new tasks.

Waste management is a growing area of Singleton Birch’s business. Their non-hazardous landfill is engineered to the highest standards to prevent any possible local environment contamination. Also they have proposals to build a state-of-the-art waste to energy plant, which they hope will be the solution to the non-recyclable waste in the North Lincolnshire area of the UK.

Singleton Birch - Melton Ross Quarries, Barnetby, North Lincolnshire DN38 6AE

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