Metal recycling company Ward unveils £1 million expansion in Chesterfield

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Officially opening Ward’s new and improved facility in Chesterfield: James Balfour, Toby Perkins MP, Donald Ward, Malcolm Richards, John Cundall

Derbyshire waste management company Ward has unveiled its new recycling facility in Chesterfield after a £1 million revamp.

The metal recycling and waste processing plant at Newbridge Lane has seen a series of updates including an additional 10,000 sq ft building used for recycling metals and waste, a high wall to reduce noise levels and general ground works.

Over 50,000 tonnes of waste material is recycled in the Chesterfield site, which employs 40 people.

Ward hopes the new investment will provide better facilities for the workforce and help to bring more sustainable jobs to the area.

Donald ward, head of technical and recycling at Ward, said: “We wanted to bring the old buildings on site up to date and improve the environment for our team and the local community alike.

“Now that the installation of the building and other works are complete, it is hoped from this state of the art facility we can continue to our work in minimising waste to landfill and pass on savings, offering better value waste and recycling services in the Midlands.”

Ward will soon launch skip hire service Spire Skips for Chesterfield businesses and households.

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