Andusia News

Posted on: 21st Sep 2020

Andusia Sign Contract with Britaniacrest

It has been a busy month and Andusia are happy to announce the addition of another RDF supply partner, family-run Britaniacrest Recycling, based in Surrey.

Formed in 1993, Britaniacrest have grown from strength to strength to become one of the South’s leading private waste management companies.


Posted on: 15th Sep 2020

Andusia Sign Contract with Powerday

Andusia is delighted to announce they have secured an RDF supply contract with London’s largest recycling and waste management company, Powerday.

Powerday have the capacity to process over 2 million tonnes of construction, demolition, municipal, commercial and industrial waste a year. Using the latest technology to recycle and recover, they are committed to providing 100% diversion from landfill solutions.


Posted on: 8th Sep 2020

Keep Infectious Waste Local

Never before has it been so vital to dispose of infectious waste responsibly. In addition to the safety risks presented from moving clinical waste long distance overseas and the added approvals required, there is also a significant cost, both direct and indirect.

Why not dispose of clinical waste locally in the UK, where there IS capacity? Andusia is sole supplier to a UK based facility, opening next month.


Posted on: 1st Sep 2020

Andusia Ship Iceland RDF to Norway

Andusia is pleased to announce they have secured a contract for the export of RDF from Iceland to energy from waste plant, Fortum in Norway.


Posted on: 24th Aug 2020

Malvern Incinerator Update – August 2020

Andusia are to be sole supplier to a new clinical waste treatment plant in Worcestershire, Malvern. Announced last year, the high temperature treatment plant is now very close to commissioning.


Posted on: 16th Aug 2020

Andusia Continue to Work with ARC

Andusia have recently extended their bulk shipping contract with combined heat and power plant ARC (Amager Ressourcecenter), at their “Copenhill’ facility, based in Copenhagen, Denmark.