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More reprocessing capacity for e-waste in London

Waste Electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) recycling company EnvironCom announced a new partnership with recycling market development organisation London Remade last week.

London Remade chief executive Daniel Silverstone and EnvironCom chief executive officer Joe Quigley


The move will see an investment of at least £25 million provided within 18 months and the creation of over 500 jobs, to help tackle London’s WEEE in preparation of impending producer responsibility.

London Remade is proposing a range of suitable sites for development with plans to put the new plant in place by early 2007.

EnvironCom chief executive officer Joseph Quigley said: “EnvironCom aims to work in partnership with the London boroughs to provide the solution the Mayor of London has been calling for in order to tackle the growing problem of recycling London’s e-waste. We will establish a world class e-waste solution in London for London.”

London Remade chief executive Daniel Silverstone welcomed Grantham-based EnvironCom to London, adding that this year the organisation had secured an additional 1.9 million tonnes of recycling capacity for London.

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