The brand new buildings will be based on three sites doubling its previous sorting capacity to 30,000 tonnes.
Baylis Recycling managing director Chris Baylis said: The fire was traumatic and caused many headaches but the team here has worked tirelessly to continue servicing our clients, enabling us to return bigger, bolder and stronger than before.
This is the beginning of a major expansion for Baylis Recycling, we intend to open at least one other sorting facility by the end of 2007 with the ultimate aim of reprocessing bottle to bottle in the UK.
The ferocious fire destroyed the companys facility in Slough, Berkshire, causing a loss of £5 million in stock, revenue, plant and machinery. However, the company continued to operate and serve its customers in both the public and private sectors.
A new head office will be based in St Albans and two new sorting facilities will be located in Thetford, Norfolk and Northampton.