Installation work is underway at the Isle of Wight Council’s (IWC) new recycling and waste treatment park on the Island. The site will be operated on a day-to-day basis by Amey in partnership with the IWC and includes mechanical treatment … Continue reading →
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Rob Edmondson, MD of Amey’s Environmental Services business, looks at the challenges and opportunities, such as deposit return schemes and pay as you throw, could offer local authorities and contractors… Local authorities have been outsourcing environmental services for decades. … Continue reading →
Allerton Waste Recovery Park has been declared fully operational in North Yorkshire and will set out to transform an annual 320,000 tonnes of waste from households in North Yorkshire and York into enough power for at least 40,000 homes. This, … Continue reading →
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Cambridgshire residents are being invited to have their say on proposals for a new, £200m energy from waste facility at its 400 acre Waterbeach Waste Management Park. The park already houses a range of waste processes and technologies, including recycling, … Continue reading →
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Elmbridge Borough Council has branded its current waste collection “difficulties“ under a new contract with Amey, as “wholly unacceptable”. The Council has issued an apology to residents, who have been experiencing a backlog of waste collections associated with the start … Continue reading →
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Amey Joins Group Businesses Campaigning To Support Social Enterprises Amey has joined the Buy Social Corporate Challenge, an initiative that sees some of the UK’s largest businesses use their spending power to effect positive change in communities. The challenge, which … Continue reading →
Amey has announced that it will support a Ferrovial Services partnership, comprising the Greater London Authority, University College London, Innovate UK and Future Cities Catapult, to transform the way public services are delivered in the capital. The partnership’s flagship programme, … Continue reading →
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