New expert opinion & arbitration services from Axion Consulting

Consulting expert group (Foto: Axion Consulting)

Bramhall, UK — Resource recovery specialist Axion Consulting has launched a new range of expert opinion and arbitration advice services providing engineering expert advice on recycling and waste processes in cases of industrial and commercial disputes. Issues covered for clients by Axion’s qualified and experienced engineers include litigation, arbitration, adjudication and mediation.

Drawing on their unique experience as both plant supplier and plant operator, Axion’s team can offer advice and opinion in disputes over processing plants or items of equipment that are not achieving their design requirements or capabilities, in terms of tonnage, machine availability, product yield and purity, or machine effectiveness.

“From our own thorough technical understanding of recycling processes and plants, we have noticed an increasing demand from clients requesting help in this highly-specialised area,” explains Axion Principal Engineer Simon Wilkinson. “We understand that changes to infeed material – such as variations in composition, biodegradability, density or moisture – can have detrimental effects on waste processing and recycling plant performance leading to contractual disputes that need to be resolved.”

And he adds: “We can examine evidence and provide independent technical reports on whole plants, processes and individual pieces of equipment that are not operating according to design specifications. Capital (CAPEX) and operating (OPEX) estimates for plant modifications or replacement equipment and machinery can also be supplied.”

Axion Consulting is part of the Axion Group that develops and operates innovative resource recovery and processing solutions for recycling waste materials. The Group works with a wide range of clients, from Government agencies and local authorities to companies in diverse commercial sectors, on the practical development of new processing and collection methods to recover value from waste resources.

Source: Axion Consulting