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.


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.


Posted on: 10th Jan 2019

Mark Terrell Confirmed as Speaker on EfW Conference Panel

Andusia Recovered Fuels are delighted to announce that Director, Mark Terrell, will be on an expert panel, speaking at the Energy From Waste Conference, taking place on 27th-28thFebruary 2019 at etc. venues County Hall, London.


Posted on: 3rd Jan 2019

Mark Terrell Confirmed as Speaker at CemFuels Conference

Andusia Recovered Fuels are delighted to announce that Director, Mark Terrell, will be speaking at the Global CemFuels Conference and Exhibition, taking place on 20th-21st February 2019 at Mövenpick City Centre Hotel in Amsterdam. Mark will be discussing the changing face of the UK SRF industry.


Mark Terrall

Posted on: 18th Dec 2018

Andusia RDF Bales Stretch All the Way to Rome

Since Andusia Recovered Fuel’s launch in 2012, the company has grown to be one of the UKs largest independent exporters of RDF across Europe, celebrating many milestones over the years.


Posted on: 17th Dec 2018

Andusia Top News Stories in 2018!

As the year comes to an end, we’re looking back at the top 5 news stories for Andusia this year.

At number 5…

Andusia exported their first consignment of SRF. This is Andusia’s first SRF contract, to a Mediterranean plant, and the process has proven to be a success. Solid Recovered Fuel, or SRF, is a higher quality alternative to RDF. The fuel consists of smaller fractions with a higher energy content. The higher calorific value means it is suitable for use in cement kiln facilities.  Read more here.