Biowise win Cheshire East Contract

REA members and leading recycling and waste management firm Biowise has announced that it has been awarded a minimum 15-year contract for the treatment of organic waste in partnership with Cheshire East Council.

Hull-based Biowise fought off strong competition to win the £30 million contract for the provision of an Organic Waste Treatment Solution for Cheshire East Council, now expanding their current household organic waste collection service to include food waste. 

Biowise will design, build, finance and operate a £7m state-of-the-art Gicom In-vessel Composting Facility (IVC) along with associated Aerated Static Pile (ASP) composting, screening and blending operations at the Council owned site in Leighton Grange, near Crewe.

More details here.

Published 15/01/18

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