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Viridor staff and Shining Stars with the van the charity bought with Viridor funding.

Viridor helps local stars to shine in Bargeddie

Viridor, Scotland’s leading recycling and renewable energy company, has pledged its support to much-loved local charity, Shining Stars ASN Theatre School, throughout 2018.  The charity, which is based close to Viridor’s Bargeddie site, has recently received funding from the company to purchase a newly branded van which will enable the team to travel to the

Have yourself a recycle-friendly Christmas.

Have yourself a recycle-friendly Christmas

Have Yourself a Recycle-Friendly Christmas! That’s the festive season message from Viridor, one of the UK’s biggest recycling companies, and the company has come up with a list of handy hints to help consumers. The key to recycling all year round is Right Stuff, Right Bin and Christmas is no different but what is different

• Cllr Nighat Piracha, Beddington North, Tom Brake MP, Carshalton and Wallington and Stuart Eke Head of Public Affairs for Pennon Group and Viridor start the excavation work of the Beddington Farmlands wet grassland

Beddington’s latest habitat creation now underway

Work is now underway at the 120Ha Beddington Farmlands, Sutton, to create a new wet grassland habitat as part of the ongoing restoration management programme for the landfill site. Earlier in the year infrastructure to support this habitat was installed and now excavation work is taking place to dig down to the water table before

Oxfordshire County Council Cabinet Member for Environment Yvonnne Constance (front) with Viridor’s Managing Director of Major Contracts Chris Jonas, Viridor Regional Contracts Manager Paul Rowland, Oxfordshire County Council Strategic Manager (Waste and Transport) Andrew Pau and Ardley ERF Operations Manager Jim Thompson.

One million tonnes of rubbish transformed into energy at Ardley ERF

Viridor and Oxfordshire County Council have marked the one millionth tonne of residual waste received at the Ardley Energy Recovery Facility this week (11 December 2017), all of it used to create valuable renewable energy. Viridor’s Managing Director of Major Contracts, Chris Jonas, said the company was proud to recognise this landmark moment with its

Viridor and Lewes District Council have signed a new contract which will see the Crayford Material Recycling Facility receive an estimated 7,000tpa of co-mingled with glass recyclate.

Viridor and Lewes District Council sign new contract

Viridor and Lewes District Council have signed a new contract which will see the Crayford Material Recycling Facility receive an estimated 7,000tpa of co-mingled with glass recyclate.  Simon Prior, Viridor’s Head of Local Authority Development, said: “Viridor is delighted to be working in partnership with Lewes District Council to provide an efficient and effective sorting of

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