Serco announce £44m contract with Hart and Basingstoke councils

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The new contract will start in October 2018

Hart District Council and Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council have announced a £44m joint waste contract with Serco.

Set to provide household waste and recycling collections for the next eight years, the contract will deliver additional benefits for residents including a reduction in joint service costs.

A joint waste contract for Basingstoke and Hart was originally agreed with Veolia in 2011 and will expire in October 2018, when the new contract will begin.

All staff who want to be transferred onto the new contract will be able to.

Hayley Eachus, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s cabinet member, said: “Our primary objective is to ensure our residents receive good value for money.

"Working jointly in partnership with Hart District Council has allowed us to achieve significant improvements to the service provided, while securing the most efficient, value for money service for our residents.”

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