Greater Manchester waste authority decides to bin 25-year contract with Viridor Laing

Contract valued at over £3bn to be ended 17 years early

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(UK) – The UK’s largest waste management authority, the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA), has decided to bow out of its 25-year contract with the joint venture Viridor Laing as the agreement has proven too costly in the face of "enhanced and prolonged" government austerity. Documents from the ...

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