(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 ...
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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