After spending £200,000 at its Wolverhampton site, AWM Group invited the Birmingham division of British Waterways to view the premises.
This move sealed the deal that will see non hazardous waste from the areas waterways sent over the coming year. It is the latest achievement in what has been a successful year for the company.
Among contracts signed with businesses and local authorities, a six month deal with Warwickshire County Council will see waste electrical and electronic equipment collected and recycled at the MRF.
AWM Group managing director Paul Woodhead said: British Waterways are responsible for maintaining 2,000 miles of the nationwide inland waterway network. Upholding a high level of health and safety is critical to this organisation as the network has a direct impact on the environment.
We are tremendously honoured to have been contracted by the British Waterways and we will endeavour to improve and support their recycling efforts, in collaboration with the companys expert levels of health and safety practice.