Recycling company apologises after trial over shredder death

Mid UK Recycling says death of Karlis Pavasars at plant in Lincolnshire in 2013 was ‘a hard lesson learned’

A recycling company has apologised after an agency worker was dragged into an industrial waste shredder and killed.

Karlis Pavasars fell on to a conveyor belt while cleaning at the Mid UK Recycling plant near Ancaster, Lincolnshire, in July 2013 and was carried into the equipment. His body could only be identified by matching samples with DNA from his toothbrush.

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