Viridor signs five-year contract with University of Plymouth

Written by: Jo Gallacher | Published:
Lowri Jones, President of the University of Plymouth Students’ Union, with Viridor Account Manager (South West) Ian Poyser

Viridor has signed a five-year contract with the University of Plymouth to manage its hazardous and non-hazardous waste across all university campuses in Devon.

Following the terms of the new contract, Viridor will conduct a full review of collection services, which include laboratory and clinical wastes, and run a new campaign to boost recycling across the campuses.

All internal and external waste containers have been rebranded and a new comingled recycling scheme has been introduced.

All of the university’s waste will be processed at local materials recovery and energy recovery facilities.

Ian Poyser, Viridor account manager for the South West, said: “Viridor is committing to providing high quality services and innovation while delivering significant cost savings to the university over the term of contract. As a graduate of the university it is wonderful to come back and make a positive difference.”

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