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February 23, 2016 ,

Oxfordshire Power Station: Clarification

23/02/2016 19:30 HRS Viridor notes the ongoing tragic incident at the decommissioned Didcot A power station, Oxfordshire. In response to media enquiries, Viridor confirms that this incident does not relate to Ardley Energy Recovery Facility, Oxfordshire. Our thoughts are with those affected at this very difficult time. Further information on the Didcot incident can be found

February 15, 2016

Viridor welcomes Scottish Government investment

Viridor today welcomed the Scottish Government’s announcement of a £70m boost to manufacturing and Scotland’s circular economy. Dan Cooke, Director of External Affairs, Viridor said: “The case for recycling is about so much more than the environment.  It’s about the economic opportunity for Scotland.  That’s why today’s announcement is so important. “Global manufacturers increasingly cite

New Operating Model

Viridor today (15th February, 2016) announced its new operating model to meet the needs of current and future market conditions, and to provide a platform for growth in line with its business strategy.  The operational model is combined with a planned cost reduction programme to deliver a more efficient operating base. The plans, which are

Viridor welcomes Sky News focus on Waste Crime

Viridor today [9th February 2016] welcomed a Sky News special investigation by Joe Tidy on waste crime. The report, broadcast today, revealed that environment agencies in the UK are dealing with dozens of abandoned waste mountains left by recycling firms who have gone out of business. As one of the UK’s leading recycling, resources and

Viridor targets Longannet staff for energy recovery programme

Viridor, one of the UK’s leading recycling, resources and renewable energy companies, has targeted staff at Scottish Power’s Longannet Power Station who may have the right transferable skills for the company’s £1.8bn UK energy recovery facilities programme. Viridor’s Scottish investment programme, which has seen £357m committed north-of-the-border in the last twenty-four months, includes the £154m


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