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Matrix win Manchester city electrical waste contract

Huddersfield could be set to become one of the major centres of the electrical recycling industry, with Matrix-direct set to announce a large deal with Manchester City Council.

Managing Director Craig Thompson said: "We are just finalising paperwork, but have got the contract. It's a nice big one and should make people realise that we can handle the big accounts as well as small."

The deal will see the company handle up to a thousand units of electrical waste a month, which will be added to a growing portfolio which includes Alliance Cornhill and another two councils.

With the company's depot just off the M62 motorway, it lies on a major corridor from East to West, and conveniently half way between London and Edinburgh.

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