The contract is for the next five years. Based in Drolysden, Manchester, Hadfields has been working across Greater Manchester for more than five years, with the former Greater Manchester Waste. It recycled just over 7,000 tonnes for Greater Manchester in 2004/05 and anticipates recycling 40,000 tonnes this year.
Managing director Geoff Hadfield said: This is a fantastic contract for us. We have a long and successful history of working with Greater Manchester Waste and we are therefore delighted that we can continue that with Viridor.
Viridor north regional director Mark Burrows Smith added: Viridor are delighted to secure this contract with Hadfields which will not only see the continuation of past successes but guarantee 100 per cent recycling of wood waste from the Greater Manchester region.