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Greensolve awarded five-year contract with Aylesford Newsprint

Recycling and waste management company Greensolve has been awarded a contract to collect 1200 tonnes of waste paper from Kent paper banks.

Offered by recycling firm Aylesford Newsprint, the five-year contract covers 300 banks, which have a capacity of 1100 litres each. The two firms have already been successfully working together for several months.

Greensolve commercial director Richard Booth said: Were very happy to have been awarded this prestigious contract which gives us a long-term relationship with Aylesford Newsprint and is an extension of our existing recycling activities. This service ensures long-term recycling options for all sectors of the community.

Greensolve will collect waste from a wide range of sites and deliver it directly to Aylesfords Maidstone paper mill.

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