We trade around 1.4 million tonnes of recycled materials each year. Viridor Resource Management is Viridor’s in-house trading division focused on providing this material for remanufacture. Our primary focus is on the following commodities:
Quality control and compliance are paramount at our recycling facilities which produce a range of recycled products that meet industry standards offering manufacturers a competitive alternative feedstock versus sourcing virgin stock.
This is a sophisticated and complex operation made simple by our insight into the manufacturing sector. Our position is made more secure due to the backing of our parent company, the FTSE 250 listed Pennon Group.
At Viridor Resource Management we pride ourselves on excellent customer service. We understand that our customers expect a reliable service and strive to meet all their needs.
Within the UK, we work closely with Viridor’s internal logistics function to deliver a first-class service. European and Rest of World distribution is managed and controlled solely by VRM who have a dedicated operations team overseeing the day-to-day booking and running of all trailer and container transport out of the UK. All suppliers are screened and monitored to ensure they hold the required operator licences, insurance liabilities, certificates and that they have been approved by the Environment Agency to carry our products.
Viridor Resource Management Limited
1st Floor, Riverside House,
Sir Thomas Longley Road,
Medway City Estate,
Rochester, ME2 4FN
Telephone: +44 (0)1732 229200
A trusted partner
As a part of the UK FTSE 250 Pennon Group, Viridor is one of the UK's largest recycling, waste and energy recovery companies.
Viridor Resources Management is a market leader in the export of recycled materials worldwide and has been accredited and certified for the following International Standards:
- ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System)
- ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management System)
- OHSAS 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System)
All systems are audited annually for conformance by the British Standards Institution (BSI).