Norse Wins Four-Year Waste Deal With Norfolk County Council

Norwich Market
Norwich Market

Norfolk County Council has awarded a four-year waste deal to Norse Waste Solutions, which will see the company provide waste collection services in the area. 

Norse will collect waste from over 160 properties, including libraries, fire stations, social services buildings, museums and civic premises.

Norse has also extended the offer to more than 450 schools throughout Norfolk, of which 35 schools have so far taken contracts with the company.

Ian Barnett, Norse Waste Solutions – “One of the key factors in securing this agreement, was the company’s ability to demonstrate sustainable end-markets for recyclates via its sister organisation Norse Environmental Waste Services”

Commenting on the new deal, Ian Barnett, general manager of Norse Waste Solutions said: “One of the key factors in securing this agreement, was the company’s ability to demonstrate sustainable end-markets for recyclates via its sister organisation Norse Environmental Waste Services.

“The fact that we collect separate waste streams and employ VWS Enviroweigh systems on all our vehicles, allowing us to capture individual bin weights using chipped bins and provide accurate data on recycling levels, also offer the council significant benefits.”

As a group, Norse Commercial Services provides over £41m a year’s worth of waste collection, management and recycling services around the region.

Norse Waste Solutions is a subsidiary of Norse Group Limited, which is owned by the council.

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