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Viridor shortlisted for 2017 BITC Responsible Business Awards

Viridor, one of the UK’s largest recycling and renewable energy companies has been shortlisted for the UK’s longest running and most prestigious awards programme, championing responsible business in the UK and abroad. Now in their 20th year, the awards recognise the most inspiring businesses which are taking action to build more inclusive workplaces, stronger communities

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27th April 2017

St Pauls High School - Overall Winners

My School is an Island - Charlotte McNaught, Abigail Campbell, Emils Fedotovs, Beth Watt, Erin Belton, Hussain Kusay

Go4SET Glasgow City Clelebration and Assesment Day 2017
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Glasgow schools celebrate Go4SET Celebration Day

Glasgow’s future scientists and engineers from 14 schools in the city have celebrated their completion of a 10-week competition designed to give them the skills to launch them into careers in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM). The Go4SET Celebration and Assessment Day was held at Glasgow City Chambers today (27 April, 2017) and pupils

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Viridor welcomes the UK Government’s National Litter Strategy

Viridor today (10 April 2017) welcomes the Government’s consultation on its first National Litter Strategy with its emphasis on tackling anti-social behaviour, through a system of fines and penalty notices, while making it easier for people to dispose of rubbish.   A Viridor spokesman said: “It is entirely right that the new strategy seeks to

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Trident Park Energy Recovery Facility Open Day, 11th March 2017

Following the success of previous events, Viridor, in partnership with Prosiect Gwyrdd, is hosting an open day on Saturday 11th March 2017 at its Trident Park Energy Recovery Facility in Cardiff, for members of the local community to learn about what currently happens to non-recyclable household waste in South East Wales. Mark Poole, Education Centre

Viridor Ardley ERF Education Team at CareersFest 2017

Future looks bright for talent pipeline at Viridor following CareersFest 2017

Viridor praised CareersFest 2017 after two successful days at Oxfordshire’s most reputable careers advice and information event for students aged 14-19 years. . The education team from Viridor’s Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) in Ardley, Oxfordshire attended the event and drew a crowd to their stand by showing how energy is harnessed from the resources around

GO4SET Fife 2017

STEM Education Eco-Challenge launches in Fife

Pupils from schools in Fife are about to embark on a 10-week competition supported by leading recycler Viridor, designed to launch them into stellar careers in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM).  The launch event for the Go4SET competition was held on 27th January at Fife College and pupils got into the innovative spirit of

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Exploring hidden places: Opening the doors on Peterborough’s war on waste

OPEN DAYS IN SEPTEMBER: THURSDAY 8 – 10.00-12.00 FRIDAY 9 – 10.00-12.00 SATURDAY 10 – 10.00-12.00 The team at Peterborough Energy Recovery Facility, in Fengate will be opening its doors to members of the public in September to explore the state-of-the-art facility which turns residual waste into energy. Making a significant step towards the City’s

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Glasgow schools celebrate science and engineering challenge

The brightest and best budding scientists and engineers from secondary schools across Scotland’s largest city met in Glasgow City Chambers recently to contest the city final of one of the UK’s largest STEM education competitions, GO4SET sponsored by Viridor. The Go4SET competition is focused on inspiring young people into science, technology engineering and maths careers,

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Trident Park inspires learning outside the classroom in Cardiff

Every day the Trident Park Energy Recovery Facility transforms non-recycled waste from nine local councils into vital renewable energy and part of the facility is dedicated to welcoming the local community and school children from across South Wales to learn about how unwanted waste can become a resource and now over 2000 people have been

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Financial Times: US study during 9/11 changed CEO Ian McAulay’s perspective

Viridor Chief Executive, Ian McAulay, talks to the Financial Times about Glasgow, Harvard, studying in the US during 9/11 and how he’s transforming the business. Read the article here.

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