Andusia News

Posted on: 14th Jan 2019

Andusia Attend Defra Meeting On No-Deal Brexit

Last week, in a meeting organised by Defra, Government officials met with exporters of waste to discuss planning for a no-deal Brexit.

The meeting included presentations from Defra, the Border Delivery Group and the Environment Agency and focused on the concerns over export including TFS applications, customs checks and traffic congestion, if a no-deal goes ahead.

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Posted on: 14th Jan 2019

Andusia Sign Contract with Lowmac

Andusia Recovered Fuels is delighted to announce the addition of a new RDF supply partner, Lowmac Waste & Recycling.

Lowmac are a leading waste management solution, offering a variety of services including construction, aggregate, office and trade recycling and hazardous waste disposal. Established in 1973, they have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field.

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Posted on: 12th Dec 2018

Andusia Move into the Hazardous Waste Market

Andusia Recovered Fuels Ltd are pleased to announce that they are moving into the hazardous waste market in addition to the RDF market which they have been so well known for over the past 6 and a half years. Since being founded in 2012, Andusia have exported over one million tonnes of RDF across Europe for recovery.

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Posted on: 7th Dec 2018

Andusia Prepared For Every Brexit Eventuality

This month, Andusia Director, Mark Terrell, spoke at SMI’s Energy from Waste Conference in London. The SMi’s Annual Energy from Waste conference brought together international waste management operators, developers, technology providers and industrial end users.

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Posted on: 15th Nov 2018

CIWM Report explores the future of trading RDF

The CIWM (Chartered Institute of Waste Management) have published a report entitled ‘RDF Trading in a Modern World’ exploring the range of factors shaping the future of exporting RDF, including the possible impact of Brexit.

The report highlighted findings from SLR Consulting, that the UK is likely to see a reduction in RDF exports due to new domestic EfW capacity and increased recycling rates. Andusia do not share the view that UK EfW plants will replace RDF exports, but it is evident that new UK EfW plants will replace the most expensive disposal option of landfill.

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Posted on: 4th Sep 2018

What are the consequences of a no-deal Brexit on the waste industry?

This month, Andusia’s Managing Director, Steve Burton attended DEFRA’s seminar discussing the latest and potential regulations for what could occur in the event of a no-deal Brexit.  The objective of the seminar was to outline the purpose of the Withdrawal Act and the implications that a no-deal Brexit may have on the export of waste and RDF. (more…)