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SES wins Manchester waste subcontract

Building services firm SES has been awarded a £16 million contract to assist in the construction of 24 household waste recycling plants as part of the Greater Manchester Waste private finance initiative, according to MRWs sister publication Infrastructure Journal.

SES will install mechanical and electrical systems including external lighting, sprinklers, external water mains and CCTV networks.

The three-year contract will see SES work alongside construction company Costain.

Facilities to be delivered include:

  • Five mechanical biological treatment plants;
  • A materials recycling facility;
  • Four in-vessel composting plants;
  • Six transfer loading stations;
  • Two green waste facilities;
  • 24 household waste recycling facilities.

Earlier this month, the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority successfully applied for planning permission for all 23 sites required for 36 facilities across Greater Manchester.

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