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Powerday’s Heathrow contract renewed

Powerday has retained the contract for construction material recycling at Heathrow Airport.

The company was awarded a four-year contract by the four companies responsible for the construction activities at the airport: Mace, Balfour Beatty, Morgan Sindall and Ferrovial Agroman.

Powerday has been working at Heathrow since 2010, and has recycled and recovered more than 87,000 tonnes of construction waste.

The new contract involves managing all of the airport’s construction waste, COSHH waste and waste from welfare facilities including cess and food.

Due to the security and operational restrictions at Heathrow, Powerday is required to exchange skips and bins within restricted timeframes.

Powerday sales and marketing director Simon Little said: “We are delighted to have this contract renewed. We are very proud of what we have delivered across all our work at Heathrow, particularly given the challenges of working in a secure and operationally restricted area.”

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