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Britannia court date is set

The trial of the director and company secretary of the firm responsible for Manchester's fridge mountain has been set for April 4 at Manchester Crown Court.

Robert Bulcock and David Yeomans of bankrupt fridge recycler Britannia Import Export are charged in relation to breaches of two of the company's waste management licence conditions.

Meanwhile, following the appointment of M Baker Recycling to remove 3,000 fridges from Britannia's Stocks Lane site in Oldham, the company has also won the contracts to clear the backlog left by Britannia at its Ledbury Road site.

Bromsfield Industrial Services has been contracted to arrange the fridges left at Britannia's Banbury Road yard in Manchester, while Wincanton will clear the deluge at Twining Road.

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