Viridor wins Scotland local authority contracts following glass recycling plant upgrade

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The two-year contract has a total estimated tonnage of 10,500

Viridor has secured a Scottish Procurement contract covering five local authorities following completion of its £1 million glass recycling plant upgrade.

The two-year contract, with two one-year extensions, has a total estimated tonnage of 10,500 and covers Angus, Dundee, Perth & Kinross, Scottish Borders and West Lothian.

Each authority will have the option to deliver the glass or use Viridor’s haulage.

Keith Trower, Viridor Resource Management managing director, said the upgrades to the glass recycling facility in Newhouse was part of Viridor’s commitment to meeting the high quality cullet standards of Scottish bottlemakers.

Angus, Dundee, Perth and Kinross and West Lothian service began at the start of April, with Scottish Borders joining on 1 May, 2019.

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