Andusia sign contract with Chambers Waste Management

Andusia are pleased to announce they have signed a two year contract with family-run, Guildford based Chambers Waste Management plc.

The new contract marks Andusia’s long standing relationship with Chambers and will see approximately 22,500 tonnes per annum of RDF being sent to several Energy from Waste plants across Northern Europe. The waste will be recovered and used to create energy and electricity, avoiding UK landfill.

Director, Emma Chambers, said of the agreement “Having enjoyed a good relationship over many years now, we are very pleased to continue working alongside Andusia. Chambers is committed to diverting waste from landfill, and sending said waste to EfW facilities via Andusia is essential to meet our goals”.

Established in 1964, the Chambers Group has evolved into an integrated recycling, commercial waste management and aggregates business. Investing heavily in equipment, the company recycles up to 98% of all waste they receive, processing and baling residual materials into RDF.

“I’m really happy Chambers have continued to work in partnership with Andusia. We began working together in early 2017, starting with a 5,000 tonne contract, and the relationship has since gone from strength to strength, reflected in increased RDF tonnage year on year. They are a like-minded company, passionate about the future of waste management and we look forward to continuing with them going forward” ends Operations Director, Chris May.