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November 30, 2009

Bristol City Council turns down Viridor’s MRF and EfW planning application

Viridor, one of the UK’s leading recycling, renewable power and waste management companies, has had a planning application for a Materials Recycling Facility and Energy from Waste plant in Avonmouth turned down by Bristol City Council. The proposed Materials Recycling Facility would separate 150,000 tonnes of recyclable materials from other waste, and the Energy from

November 26, 2009

Viridor confirms Portobello road-to-rail intentions

Scotland’s largest recycling, renewable energy and resource efficiency company, committed to investing up to £800m in Scotland over the next five years, today confirmed it’s intentions regarding a proposed road-to-rail waste transfer station at Portobello, Edinburgh, previously refused at appeal. Commenting, Martin Grey, Communications Manager for Viridor, said: Scotland’s recently published Zero Waste Plan

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