Compliance company ESG has extended its partnership with Suez for laboratory services for its landfill sites, transfer stations and civic amenity sites.
The three-year contract, which has an option for a further year, builds on the previous four years that ESG has provided radiochemical, groundwater and leachate analysis.
Additions to the contract include noise and dust monitoring, as well as a new method for the analysis of fines for Loss on Ignition after the recent change in legislation.
Suez will also benefit from ESG’s investment in its Large Volume Injector equipment for aqueous organic analysis. It requires smaller sample volumes, reducing the carbon footprint for transportation and saving money on containers.
Zoe Cooper, business development director at ESG, said: “With the launch of our energy and waste services division last year, we are now confident there is more clarity around our broader offering to some of the UK’s leading recycling and waste management companies.
”The award of this major contract from Suez further secures our position as a key service provider in this sector.”