2017 news (Energy recovery facilities)
AVONMOUTH ERF DELIVERING BENEFITS TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY
Construction at Viridor’s Avonmouth Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) is making strong progress with local suppliers now helping to cement the foundations of the £252m project. As part of Viridor’s commitment to delivering benefits to local businesses, Viridor has now spent over £1.5m within 20 miles of the Avonmouth site with...
Viridor says UK needs serious debate on vital infrastructure
Viridor says the UK needs to move beyond the debate about the scale of the UK’s residual waste treatment capacity gap and start a serious discussion about the best way to fund the vital recycling and recovery infrastructure required to meet the demand of the UK economy.
Viridor calls for collaboration on lithium battery detection
One of the UK’s largest recycling and renewable energy companies, Viridor, has issued a call for collaboration through the Energy Innovation Centre, on vital technology to detect lithium-ion batteries – the biggest cause of waste industry fires – and is offering up to £75,000 in research funding.
Beddington ERF anchors London’s latest heat network
Viridor has signed an agreement with the London Borough of Sutton’s energy services company, Sutton Decentralised Energy Network Limited (SDEN), to deliver heat generated at its Beddington site to a network in south London. This initiative will distribute resilient supplies of hot water and heating to the new mixed-use development,...
Viridor in Peterborough funds community projects
The Peterborough and District Talking Newspaper for the Blind is the first to benefit from the Viridor in Peterborough Fund, receiving much-needed cash which will help to ensure it continues its proud 36-year tradition of providing a free weekly audio version of the local news for visually impaired people.