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JWS Waste signs Trafford deal

Salford waste management and recycling company JWS Waste has won a three-year contract with the UK’s largest retail centre.

The company’s fleet has started “extensive” waste collection, disposal and recycling services from the intu Trafford Centre, Manchester.

JWS Waste managing director Robin Tweedale, above left, said his team was “extremely proud” to have won through the competitive tendering process.

“We’re a local family business and we pride ourselves on our high levels of customer service and ability to provide the most cost-effective waste disposal solutions,” he said.

“Our commitment to compliance, quality, health and safety sets us apart from our competitors, and offers our customers a superior service with the comfort of our extensive accreditations and environmental track record.

“2014 was an incredibly strong year for us, and we now look forward to building our relationship with intu Trafford Centre.”

Richard Paxton, general manager of the centre, said: “Intu is committed to reducing waste, maximising recycling and eliminating waste to landfill.

“We have a proven track record in achieving these goals across our portfolio of shopping centres. In JWS we believe we have a waste management partner which shares our vision and can add real value to the environmental success we have already achieved at the Trafford Centre.”

JWS Waste was stablished in 1983 and now works with more than 500 businesses across the north-west region. The company operates a four-acre site which includes a MRF.

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