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NMC wins Wrexham infrastructure contract

A multi-million pound contract to build an integrated waste centre for Wrexham, in North Wales has been won by North Midland Construction (NMC).

The utilities division of NMC will build the facility for the Waste Recycling Group, which is working with Wrexham County Borough Council to build and run the site as part of a 25-year PFI deal.

NMC executive director Stuart Campbell said that waste management infrastructure was a growth industry and something that his company would continue to focus on in the future. He also told MRW: NMC are bidding for similar building contracts in the future and we are looking at four other projects and hope to start the bidding process this year.

Work on the Wrexham recycling and in-vessel composting infrastructure will start in April and is expected to take 12 months to complete.

Campbell added: The new centre will allow Wrexham Council to further improve recycling rates.


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