Perth & Kinross Council announced in mid-June that it awarded a waste treatment contract worth £50m (ca. €58m) to a consortium including Paprec Energies and its partner, the regional waste management company Binn Group. According to the council, the contract is to begin this August and run for a period of ten years. During this time, the contractor will manage 40,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste collected from Perth and Kinross's 150,000 residents each year. This material is currently landfilled, and the local authority needs to secure an alternative waste management route before Scotland's ban on the landfilling of biodegradable municipal waste goes into effect at the end of 2025....
Scottish council taps Paprec Energies/Binn for residual waste contract
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