John Lawrie (Aberdeen) Ltd

VIBES Award: Circular Economy Award




  • Processes redundant tubulars (steel pipes) from the offshore oil & gas industry
  • Produce a reusable product in the construction piling market as an alternative to concrete
  • Saving of around 30% in comparison to using virgin materials
  • Re-use of potential waste materials  minimises the need for recycling which, particularly for steel, requires high energy use
  • Take back of unused products from clients e.g. materials used in piling for common wealth games were retrieved afterwards
  • Introduction of an automated sorting and cutting system to make the onsite process more efficient and sustainable

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