According to the letsrecycle.com website, the recycling project, which is run in collaboration with charities such as the London Wildlife Trust, Beatrix Potter Primary School and Vauxhall City Farm, aims to re-use or recycle materials from the show, such as trees, soil and paving slabs. All of the remaining materials from May's show were moved to a single collection point, where Lynch's JCB 520/50 Loadall, selected for its low noise and emissions, was able to assist in their removal.
The report quotes Rob Lynch, the company's marketing director, saying that the firm is proud to be part of this exciting 'green' project at the Chelsea Flower Show. 'It demonstrates what can be achieved through co-operation between private, public and social groups,' he says.
Lynch claims over 30 years' experience in providing equipment and operators for a range of construction and civil engineering activities.