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UCS Civils wins two contracts

Civil engineering contractor UCS Civils has won two deals: to build Lincolnshire County Councils first waste transfer station and replace an existing household waste recycling centre.


The £1.7million transfer station on the Fairfield Industrial Estate in Louth will receive, store and distribute residual waste and mixed recycables collected from domestic premises, before disposal or recycling.
UCS is due to complete construction towards the middle of summer this year.

The £1.1m household waste recycling centre will replace an existing facility at Kenwick, and will be open to the public to deposit recyclable waste directly into skips. The new facility will contain many features, including a blacktop access road, concrete retaining walls and hardstanding areas alongside the skips.

UCS Civils managing director Mark Murphy said: UCS and its parent company Rand Group are delighted to be working with Lincolnshire County Council in this state of the art recycling project. We take great steps to minimise the construction waste produced on our sites and then to segregate any waste for reuse wherever possible.

Lincolnshire
produces around 360,000 tonnes of municipal household waste per year, which is increasing by around 1.7% annually. Approximately 62% is sent to landfill.

 

 

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