Viridor and Grundon sign a long-term partnership at Ardley ERF
06th August 2015
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.
Derek Edwards, South East Regional Director for Viridor, said: “As a business we’re giving the world’s resources new life by transforming what society throws away into valuable raw materials and energy.
“Our state-of-the-art energy plant in Ardley is already doing that to residual waste from Oxfordshire’s homes and this contract with Grundon will see businesses in the area also benefiting from our partnership work as their established collection fleet brings fuel for our plant for some years to come.
Managing director, at Grundon Clayton Sullivan-Webb, said: “We are delighted to have signed this agreement with Viridor.
Viridor Grundon partnership“Ardley’s location in the heart of our Thames Valley homeland perfectly complements the existing Lakeside Energy from Waste facility at Colnbrook – a joint venture between Grundon Waste Management and Viridor – and underlines our commitment to giving commercial customers access to the best possible locally-based facilities.
Operations at Lakeside ERF, a joint venture between Viridor and Grundon Waste Management will remain unchanged.
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