2016 news (Our company)
Viridor commits to Avonmouth Energy Recovery Facility investment
Avonmouth ERF is currently under construction.Viridor this week announced its intention to proceed with the Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) in Avonmouth, on the outskirts of Bristol. The announcement was contained in half year results released by parent company, Pennon on 25th November.
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,...
Ian McAulay stepping down as CEO of Viridor; Phil Piddington appointed Managing Director of Viridor
Ian McAulay is stepping down as CEO of Viridor and from the Pennon Board to pursue other opportunities. Phil Piddington has been appointed as Managing Director of Viridor with effect from today. Phil will report to Chris Loughlin, CEO of Pennon.
Safe Working helps Manchester Children’s hospital
Two of Viridor’s composting sites were thrilled to merge their contribution and donate a total of £1,130 to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital providing specialist healthcare services for children and young people throughout the North West as well as nationally and internationally.
Viridor donation offers swift support for Taunton school
Last week the Heathfield Community School in Taunton welcomed representatives from leading UK recycler Viridor to present a cheque for £500 as part of the company’s charitable donations scheme. The school’s Eco-Team, drawn from students in years 7-9, was keen to continue building swift nesting boxes for use at their school as part of...