A 34-year-old man has died following an incident at a recycling centre. Police confirmed officers were called to the recycling centre in Neath on Tuesday, January 24, where a man was declared dead.
Officers from South Wales Police were called to Fenestration Recycling Company Ltd in Neath Abbey on Tuesday morning. A 34-year-old man from Swansea was pronounced dead.
Detective Inspector Carl Price said: “Police and other emergency service colleagues were called to Fenestration Recycling Company Ltd in Neath Abbey on Tuesday morning, 24th January, following a report of an incident at the site.
“A 34-year-old man from Swansea was declared deceased at the scene. The Health and Safety Executive have been informed and an investigation has begun. Our thoughts remain with the man’s family, friends and colleagues.”
Fenestration Recycling Company Ltd is a “tip” for window companies to dispose of UPVC window frames and glass. The materials are then recycled at the site. The Health and Safety Executive has been contacted for comment.