MDF Recovery Wins TTJ Innovation Award

MDF Recovery Wins TTJ Innovation Award

We are delighted to have won the Timber Trades Journal Innovation Award – Innovative Product Development 2017. We received this prestigious industry award in front of 450 people at The Brewery in the City of London on September 29th. Find out more…

MDF Recovery Reaches Global Audience in the Panel Sector’s Leading Industry Publication

MDF Recovery Reaches Global Audience in the Panel Sector’s Leading Industry Publication

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A New Source of Natural Fibre For The Construction Industry

A New Source of Natural Fibre For The Construction Industry

We can recover high quality wood fibre from waste MDF which can in turn be used to produce new MDF and other construction materials such as thermal insulation. Learn more >>

Welcome To MDF Recovery

MDF Recovery Ltd has developed a novel, proprietary process to recover wood fibre from waste MDF. Until now, landfill or burning were the only options for disposing of MDF. We offer a better ecological solution for MDF disposal which generates a new raw material source for the wood/natural fibre industry that reduces demand on standing forests.

The recovered fibre is of the same high quality as virgin wood fibre and provides a feedstock to the manufacturers of MDF board, insulation products and formable packing materials.

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Potential Markets

Investment Opportunity

Now that MDF Recovery’s bespoke recycling technology for waste MDF has been proven, the business is upscaling the technology in preparation for roll out and revenue. We are in active discussions with end users in Europe and other parts of the world. The technology will reduce production costs for customers and introduce Closed Loop Recycling into the MDF and thermal insulation sectors.

We have launched our next funding round (which qualifies for EIS tax relief), and would be pleased to hear from interested parties. You can get in touch here.