(UK) – Despite two lockdowns, the UK’s second-largest waste management company Biffa was able to end its 2020/21 year ahead of the base-case predictions it made at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. According to its annual financial report issued early this month, statutory revenues for the year ended 26 March ...
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