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Paul Brown, Viridor’s Managing Director of Recycling and Integrated Assets, and Keith Trower, Viridor Resource Management Managing Director, with members of the Chinese delegation who visited the Newhouse glass recycling centre in Scotland.

Chinese delegation visit Viridor’s Newhouse glass recycling centre

Viridor has hosted a visit from a high-level Chinese delegation at its £25m Newhouse glass recycling centre in Scotland – one of Europe’s most advanced facilities.  The visit was to allow the Guangdong delegation to tour a Mogensen-built glass recycling plant and learn about the recycling infrastructure in place in Scotland from collection to processing.

Gabby Pieraccini, Head of Zero Waste at Scottish Government.

Pieraccini put circular economy policy into practice, says Viridor

Scotland’s leading recycling, resource and renewable energy partner, Viridor, today recognised the contribution of the outgoing Head of Zero Waste at Scottish Government. Gabby Pieraccini, Head of Zero Waste at Scottish Government, has announced she is moving on after three years in the prominent civil service role to take a new position in the Scottish

• The intrepid group who made it to the summit of Scafell Pike, including Viridor's Regulatory Affairs Director Dan Cooke, front, centre, to raise much-needed funds for WasteAid.

Viridor braves stormy weather for WasteAid Scafell Pike challenge

Viridor joined a group of UK waste professionals to climb the England’s highest peak – the Lake District’s Scarfell Pike – in stormy weather to raise much-needed charity cash for WasteAid.  Viridor’s Regulatory Affairs Director Dan Cooke said: “Despite the foul weather that accompanied us from about halfway up, having been promised we’d make it

Viridor has embarked on a Government-backed trial to use existing waste resources, including the carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) it harvests from landfill, to literally plough back into the land as a fertiliser.

Innovative project harvests carbon dioxide from food waste to plough back into land

Recycling, waste management and renewable energy company Viridor has embarked on a Government-backed trial to use existing waste resources, including the carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) it harvests from landfill, to literally plough back into the land as a fertiliser. The project, with Oxfordshire-based CCm Research, is being undertaken at Viridor’s Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant at

Fantastic performance by the Refuse Rocket Team

Since the team from Viridor’s Peterborough Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) received the fantastic news that their Red Bull Soapbox entry, Refuse Rocket, had been successful they’ve spent a busy 4 months building, fundraising and doing dance rehearsals on top of giving radio and television interviews. But finally on Saturday the 8th July, Lauren, Martin, Gary, Mark,

CIWM members explore Beddington ERF

CIWM members explore latest ERF in Viridor’s network

Last month Viridor welcomed a delegation from the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) New Member Network to the Beddington Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) in south London. Ten of the Institution’s over 5000 members were able to see how Viridor is building a state-of-the-art energy recovery facility to divert non-recyclable waste away from landfill and

Viridor backs Stockport County

  One the UK’s biggest recycling and renewable energy companies, Viridor, is literally backing Stockport County for the 2017-18 season – sponsoring the back of the team’s home and away shirt. The company, which operates their local facility out of Trafford Park, manages several waste recycling sites within the borough of Stockport and offer commercial

VIRIDOR AND PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL VOLUNTEER FOR LOCAL NATURE CHARITY

06 July 2017     Viridor and Peterborough City Council joined forces to roll up their sleeves and volunteer for local charity Railworld – helping to clear and shape a site which is now home to more than 200 species of flora and fauna.   Railworld, set up in 1995 in the heart of Peterborough,

Pennon Head of Public Affairs Martin Grey addressing the Scottish Parliament on the need to create an environment which encourages investment in next generation Scottish resource infrastructure.

Viridor looks to ‘economic opportunity’ of next generation Scottish resource infrastructure

Creating an environment which encourages investment in next generation Scottish resource infrastructure is not just an environmental obligation but a real economic opportunity for Scotland, says Viridor’s Head of Public Affairs, Martin Grey. During a session of the Scottish Parliament’s Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee, Viridor, which is investing £500m in Scottish advanced

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