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Following the major shake-up of rules for the storage of general waste and recycling bins in 2015, City of Edinburgh Council is taking its policy to the next level and revoking permits for businesses to store food and glass waste on public property.
The waste recycler, NWH Group, is set to invest more than £2m in its new Factory Road site in Newcastle’s Blaydon area in order to launch its trade waste service for the north east of England.
The waste recycler, NWH Group has delivered another strong performance according to the latest annual report (financial year ending September 2018).
NWH Group are part of a campaign which technology firm BigChange has launched to encourage business managers to become role models for road safety within their organisations.
“Reduce, reuse and recycle is the name of the game” but after 50+ years of services, David Williams, one of the founders of the NWH Group expresses how his love for lorries remains, how he got into the trade before founding the NWH Group.
Environmental and land services provider, The NWH Group (NWH), has secured its first site south of the border, in Newcastle.