WRC Recycling Appoints New MRF Manager

Date Posted: 4 May, 2022


WRC Recycling has announced the appointment of Piotr Hendlick as Manager of a brand-new Kiverco recycling plant, which will accelerate the business’s growth in the Environmental industry.
The key appointment of Piotr is a huge milestone for the family-run firm as plans to increase annual tonnage and efficiency are now well underway.

With over 15 years of experience in plant operations, Piotr brings a wealth of knowledge to the organisation that will be imperative in driving WRC’s future success. The new MRF, which will be fully operational by August 2022, will significantly reduce the volume of material reaching landfills across Scotland.

Piotr said:

“I am delighted to have had the opportunity to join WRC at such a pivotal moment in their wider business strategy.

“Having witnessed the exponential growth of the business in recent years, it was clear to me that the opportunity to join as MRF Manager came at the right time for me in my career.

“I am grateful to both Robert and Colin for giving me the opportunity to manage the operations of a brand-new MRF from its inception, and I look forward to applying the knowledge gained throughout my career to help support the firm’s ambitious plans for the future”.

Robert Capper, Managing Director, said:

“Piotr’s appointment is a huge step forward for WRC, and his invaluable experience in the management and supervision of MRF activity will be an excellent addition to the team.

“Since our inception in 1998, we have heavily invested in modern machinery and technology to help us achieve our current position in the marketplace, and I am confident that Piotr’s expertise will help drive greater success for us in the Scottish Environmental industry.

“Piotr will play a vital role in managing the day-to-day operations of the new plant as well as overseeing productivity and efficiency once fully functional. His input from an operational perspective will be a vital component in the next stage of our growth strategy”.