2016 news (Partnerships)
Chestnut Tree House receive over £3500 through recycler’s safe working scheme
Just down the road from Ford’s cutting-edge recycling facility the Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice in Arundel becomes the latest local charity to benefit from the Viridor Safe Working scheme. Viridor’s top priority is keeping its teams safe and every month that a team works safely they can make a contribution to a local...
Community projects to benefit from Beddington ERF
Do you know of a community led organisation or project in South London area? Last month (27 October) Viridor launched the Beddington Community Benefit Fund and officially welcomes applications to share part of the funding pot worth over £975k spread across the 25 years of the partnership between Viridor and the South London Waste...
Ardley ERF recognised for contribution to Oxfordshire’s landscape
The Viridor Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) at Ardley, Oxfordshire, was recognised last week at the annual Oxford Preservation Trust awards for its contribution to serving the residents of Oxford and the wider county along with its unique design inspired by the history of the surrounding Oxfordshire landscape.
New partnership opens up wild Taunton for everyone
Viridor has renewed its partnership with the Somerset Wildlife Trust to support their urban wildlife project, The Routes to the River Tone, to bring people closer to wildlife in Taunton. The partnership, now entering its second year, will hold a programme of activities engaging Viridor employees and the communities of Taunton,...
Lewisham recycling taps into London resource network
Lewisham Council has become the latest London council to partner with leading UK recycler Viridor to maximise its recycling rates. The partnership will see around 18,000 tonnes of recycled material collected from households across Lewisham each year to be processed and sold by Viridor.
Kent County Council confirms Viridor as recycling partner
Viridor is set to continue its partnership with Kent County Council by processing and selling dry kerbside recycling collected from households across West and Mid-Kent. The contract will officially commence in July and will run for two years, with the option of a further two year extension.
Ealing the latest London borough transforming waste with Viridor
Ealing Council is the latest in a string of the capital’s council’s who have chosen to boost their recycling with Viridor. The move will see the council move to a simpler, consumer friendly ‘commingled’ recycling system allowing residents to recycle more in one blue bin, whilst allowing advanced technology to do the rest. The...