Countrystyle Recycling Expands London Portfolio With WLWA Win

31-03-14(2)picCountrystyle Recycling has been awarded a two year contract, with an option to extend for a further two years, worth in excess of £1.5m per year for the haulage and composting of up to 60,000 tonnes of organic waste by West London Waste Authority (WLWA). 

Under the contract, Countrystyle is responsible for the collection, haulage and treatment of up to 30,000 tonnes of separate green waste and up to 30,000 tonnes mixed food and green waste from the six boroughs which make up West London Waste Authority’s jurisdiction.

Countrystyle will provide haulage of all materials from the three waste transfer stations in West London to treatment facilities using the Countrystyle fleet of vehicles, recently renewed to meet the highest environmental standards.

Chris Howard, Countrystyle – “We are delighted to be working with West London Waste Authority on this contract. This is a great win for us and demonstrates our continued ability to provide professional, reliable and cost effective solutions for local authorities, both in regards to collection and treatment services”

The mixed food and green waste will be treated at Countrystyle’s Ridham In-Vessel Composting facility in Kent where it will be processed into a PAS 100 certified compost product. The green waste will be taken for treatment in Open Windrow Facilities.

Chris Howard, Countrystyle Recycling’s managing director, said “We are delighted to be working with West London Waste Authority on this contract. This is a great win for us and demonstrates our continued ability to provide professional, reliable and cost effective solutions for local authorities, both in regards to collection and treatment services.”

Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, chair of the West London Waste Authority added; “Food and garden waste composting is key to achieving our objective of recycling 50 percent of waste by 2020. We look forward to a successful partnership with Countrystyle Recycling.”

Kent-based Countrystyle Recycling continues to expand its operations in London and the surrounding regions, providing integrated and innovative recycling and waste management solutions for businesses and councils alike. The company aims to continue to build its portfolio across 2014.

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