Viridor has been informed that confidential documents relating to the contractual process were published on the Kingston Council website. The published report included information regarding Viridor’s options on how to proceed with the project, should the cost of meeting restrictions placed by planning permissions become prohibitive.
Following the publication of last week’s DEFRA’s report: ‘Resource Management: A catalyst for growth and productivity ’, Viridor Chief Executive Ian McAulay has written exclusively for the industry’s leading news site, Letsrecycle.com on the need for “new economic realism” in the resources sector.
Viridor is delighted to announce that during the construction of Peterborough Energy Recovery Facility (ERF), over £5million has been spent in the local area to date. Viridor aims to provide an economic boost to the local economy by working in close partnerships with nearby suppliers, services and amenities.
Viridor, one of the UK’s largest recycling, renewable energy and waste management companies, today (Mon. 12th January 2015) noted the government’s response to the House of Commons Environment, Food Rural Affairs Select Committee report ‘Waste Management in England’ and called for fresh thinking from parties in the next parliament to...
Viridor is delighted to confirm that its Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) in Ardley, near Bicester, has been granted its ‘Acceptance Certificate’ marking the end of the EPC contract and completion of the construction phase of the facility. The facility is now fully operational under the management of Viridor.