Suez wins Bristol Waste Company contract for residual waste

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Suez Recycling and Recovery UK has won a new contract with Bristol Waste Company to deal with around 30,000 tonnes of domestic waste.

From November, residual waste will be taken to Avonmouth where it will be used as a fuel to generate energy, meaning just 2% of waste will end up in landfill according to Suez.

The city produces over 80,000 tonnes of domestic waste a year plus 50,000 tonnes of recycling collected from homes.

Tracy Morgan, managing director of Bristol Waste, said: “As a company we are committed to sending as little as possible to landfill.

“This new arrangement will also see us transporting the waste in our own vehicle which saves 1,3000 articulated lorry journeys a year.”

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