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Yorwaste signs five-year contract with Redcar and Cleveland Council
A WASTE management and recycling firm has secured a five-year deal to carry out recycling for a North-East council.
Yorwaste will work with Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council from September, and expects to handle about 11,000 tonnes of paper, glass, cans, cardboard and plastic bottles every year.
The waste will be delivered to a transfer station in Redcar and taken to Yorwaste's base at Scarborough, where it will be separated and sold to the recycling markets.
Steve Grieve, Yorwaste managing director, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be awarded this contract and are looking forward to working with the council to maximise the value of the recyclable materials that are collected from kerbsides throughout the borough.
“We have a proven track record of helping our customers meet waste reduction and recycling targets, which are now so important with the cost of waste disposal increasing year on year.
“This contract further expands our geographical range and in our 20th anniversary year, it is pleasing that our growth is continuing.”
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