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News round-up 23/9

Veolia wins technology park contract; Norfolk HWRC staff consider strike; Veolia integrates CHP firm; LWARB looks for consultancy services

Veolia wins technology park contract

Veolia has been awarded a £40,000, 12-month waste services contract at Langstone Technology Park, above.

It will take over management of all general, hazardous and non-hazardous waste, garden and green waste and recycling at the office site.

Press release

Norfolk HWRC staff consider strike

GMB will consult with its members employed at Norfolk’s household waste recycling centres over the next few weeks on whether to take industrial action.

This comes in response to the council’s environment, development and transport committee discussing the closure of up to 13 sites.

GMB

Veolia integrates CHP firm

Veolia has announced its specialist combined heat and power company, Cogenco, will be fully integrating within the UK group and adopting the Veolia name.

It says the move will enable the company to offer its customers a wider range of CHP based low carbon energy solutions across all market sectors.

Press release

LWARB looks for consultancy services

The London Waste and Recycling Board seeking to procure consultancy services to provide technical assistance on the development of its Circular Economy route map for London.

Tender responses must be sent to info@lwarb.gov.uk by 5pm on 9 October.

LWARB

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