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Missing creditors sought after company fails

Administrators managing the affairs of a Midlands waste business which they say stopped trading seven months ago are appealing for help to contact creditors.

Matthew Hardy (pictured) and Andrew Turpin of Poppleton & Appleby have been appointed joint administrators over the affairs of County Waste Limited, formerly known as County Waste Recycling Limited, which traded out of Southam in Warwickshire.

The company, which specialised in waste management and skip hire, employed around 20 staff and had a £4m turnover in its last set of accounts.

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Hardy, who was appointed after a court hearing, said it was complicated case.

“It appears that the company effectively ceased trading in February and there is limited access to its books and records.

“We have heard from some former employees and some creditors, but we are keen to hear from anyone who has had dealings with the company, particularly in the past 12 months.

“That will ensure that the full financial position can be established and that we are fully aware of anyone who may be owed money by the company.”

  • Any creditors can contact Poppleton & Appleby on 0121 200 2962.

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