Got it Covered

Rhyl based specialist surface coatings company, Coatech Limited is the latest participant to join the Constructing Excellence in Wales - Enabling Zero Waste scheme.

17th July 2015



The aim of Enabling Zero Waste is to encourage construction companies to generate less waste, reuse materials and use more recycled content and to establish if, and how, the construction industry can achieve the overarching strategy for waste in Wales of zero waste to landfill. 

Established in 1987, Coatech is a family run business and has recently been awarded a contract to work with principal contractor Dawnus providing specialist application of resin flooring systems for the public realm works resurfacing the promenade and sea defences at Rhyl seafront.  The regeneration works also propose the development of an exhibition facility, apartments, new hotels and restaurants. 

Coatech are keen to employ cutting-edge waste management techniques at the scheme reducing the wastes of plastic and metal containers, pallets and waste aggregate.

Emma Shufflebotham, Marketing Manager at Coatech Limited said: “We at Coatech are keen to develop our corporate environmental credentials and commit towards reducing wastes on all our schemes – the public realm works at Rhyl seafront will be a great case study to evidence our efforts working towards a zero-waste outcome.”

Director of the Construction Waste Programme at CEW, Paul Jennings commented: “CEW is delighted that Coatech Limited is the latest pioneering construction business to join the Enabling Zero Waste project and is committed to employing innovative ways of working to deliver a better built environment.”