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Viridor Beddington Community Fund already supporting local projects with around £65,000

As part of Viridor’s commitment to deliver lasting benefits to the local community in south London, Viridor has provided local projects with around £65,000 through the Beddington Community Fund. The Fund was launched in late 2016, to help support local community projects within the London Boroughs of Kingston, Merton, Croydon and Sutton. The initiative allows

(L-R) helping with the sorting process, the Beddington ERF construction partners visit the Sutton Foodbank to give their support – Vincent Carles (CNIM), Neil Thompson (Fichtner), Mark Tomlinson (Sutton Foodbank), and Garry Wolfe (Viridor).

Beddington ERF brings Christmas cheer to Sutton Foodbank

Members of the Beddington ERF construction team, including CNIM, Fichtner and Viridor, supported the Sutton Foodbank this Christmas by presenting them with £1200 that will be used to support vulnerable members of the community. The donation has been made to mark the achievement of working for 250,000 hours at the ERF without a safety incident.

Livingston FC manager Gary Holt, player Jack Hamilton and Barry Neill from Viridor get in the holiday spirit to support Forth Radio’s Mission Christmas.

Livingston FC joins forces with sponsor Viridor to support Mission Christmas

Scottish Premiership football team Livingston FC has joined forces with Viridor, Scotland’s biggest recycling and renewable energy company to support Radio Forth’s 2018 Mission Christmas appeal. With the help of Viridor, the club has signed up to be a collection point for fans and locals alike who wish to donate gifts and help make Christmas

From Bargeddie Colts; Stuart Allardyce, Jimmy Docherty, and Andrew Chedumbrum, From Viridor; Jock Templeton, Natalie Long, Kerry McCluskey and John Prendergast.

Viridor sponsors Bargeddie Colts Football Club

Viridor, Scotland’s leading recycling and renewable energy company, is delighted to announce that it is sponsoring the Bargeddie Colts 06 team, the youth football club based near its Bargeddie site in North Lanarkshire.   The football club, which is formed of pupils under the age of 13, received the funding to purchase brand new football strips,

The Bicester School pupils with Viridor's Ardley Education Officer Jessica-Baker Pike and teacher mentor Kelly McKaig.

Oxfordshire pupils tap into recycling for Go4SET project

Pupils from The Bicester School tapped into their interest in recycling for a Go4SET project which earned them a People’s Choice Award, will encourage greater use of tap water and refillable bottles and reduce single use plastic at the Oxfordshire school.  In a project which saw the school partnered with one of the UK’s biggest

Members of Chirnside Juniors football club receive their £400 from Viridor's Charitable Donations Committee.

January 18, 2018 ,

Viridor donation helps kit out football stars of the future

Chirnside Juniors football club will be able to buy new training equipment for its young players after receiving  a £400 donation from Viridor’s Charitable Donations Committee. Stephen Higginbottom, who is one of the Assistant Shift team leaders for the Operations team at the new  £177 million energy recovery facility being built in Dunbar and  one of

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

Lakeside Energy from Waste facility opened its to doors chemists and budding chemists recently.

Chemists of all ages inspired by Lakeside Energy from Waste facility

The Lakeside Energy from Waste facility and Education Centre – a joint venture between Grundon Waste Management and Viridor – opened its doors to  more than 30 existing and budding chemists, aged from eight to 78! Organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry and Brunel University, the August event was designed to encourage young people to explore

Jill Hucklesby, Reg Tomblin, Sarah Powell and John Hucklesby, from Peterborough Talking Newspaper, and Paul Rowland, ViP Chairman, far right.

Viridor in Peterborough funds community projects

The Peterborough and District Talking Newspaper for the Blind is the first to benefit from the Viridor in Peterborough Fund, receiving much-needed cash which will help to ensure it continues its proud 36-year tradition of providing a free weekly audio version of the local news for visually impaired people.  Paul Rowland, Viridor in Peterborough (ViP)

Viridor is hosting two open days at the 120-hectare Beddington Farmlands.

Viridor to host community open days at Beddington Farmlands

Members of the community will have the opportunity to see for themselves how the 120-hectare Beddington Farmlands is being transformed from an active landfill site into one of London’s most significant wildlife conservation areas. The two open days will be hosted by the Viridor landfill team at the south London site and will include exploring

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