2015 news (Contracts)

Work commences in earnest at Beddington Energy Recovery Facility

Viridor welcomed members from the South London Waste Partnership and Lagan Construction Group in December to mark the start of construction of its Energy Recovery Facility at Beddington, South London.

21/12/2015

Viridor secures 25-year Welsh residual waste deal

Viridor has secured a contract to transform 95,000 tonnes of residual waste annually into low carbon energy and recycled aggregates from Tomorrow’s Valley – a group of four Welsh local authorities, led by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council.

01/12/2015

Merseyside RWA win for Viridor

Merseyside’s local economy received a boost last month as operations started on a new residual waste contract between leading UK waste management company Viridor and Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA).

13/08/2015

Viridor and Grundon sign a long-term partnership at Ardley ERF

Viridor and Grundon Waste Management have signed a significant contract that will provide Grundon with secure, long-term capacity at our Ardley Energy Recovery Facility.

06/08/2015

Viridor Energy Recovery Facilities Commit to Recycling Residues

Viridor is pleased to announce that its Energy Recovery Facilities (ERFs) have taken a significant step closer to becoming a fully ‘zero waste to landfill’ solution thanks to innovative technology that treats Air Pollution Control residue (APCr).

22/06/2015

Viridor wins Lewisham recycling contract

Viridor is pleased to announce they have been awarded the contract to process and sell dry recyclate materials from the London Borough of Lewisham. Beginning in December 2014, the contract will run for twelve months.

03/02/2015

Viridor secures contract for NHS Trusts in Devon

Viridor is pleased to announce that following a competitive tendering process it has secured a five year contract to process and treat the waste and recycling for three NHS Trusts in Devon.

23/01/2015

South Lanarkshire contract win

Viridor today (22nd January 2015) confirmed that it has retained an important contract with Scotland’s fifth largest local authority to transform waste across council offices and depots, schools, libraries, day care and community centres.

22/01/2015