Andusia News

Posted on: 11th Nov 2019

Andusia Exhibiting at NPAG’s First Waste and Sustainability Conference

Andusia are delighted to announce that they are exhibiting at NPAG’s (National Performance Advisory Group) first Waste and Sustainability Conference on 5th December 2019. The conference will take place at Drayton Manor Theme Park Hotel, near Tamworth in Staffordshire.

Andusia’s Hazardous Waste Manager, Fraser Cutting, will be exhibiting at the event, and on hand to answer your clinical waste questions throughut the day.


Posted on: 5th Nov 2019

Mark Terrell Confirmed as Speaker at Energy from Waste Conference

Andusia Recovered Fuels are delighted to announce that Director, Mark Terrell, will be speaking at SMI’s Energy from Waste Conference, taking place on 3rd -4th December 2019 at Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington, London.

Mark will be discussing the evolution of the UK EfW market and the continuing importance of RDF exports.


Posted on: 4th Nov 2019

Andusia to attend the RDF Conference 2019

Andusia will be attending this year’s RDF Conference at the Congress Centre, London. The event will take place on 28th November 2019, and Directors, Stewart Brackenbury, and Mark Terrell, will be attending the event.


Posted on: 28th Oct 2019

Further Brexit Delays

EU leaders have now agreed to extend the Brexit decision until 31st January 2020. Meaning the UK will not leave as planned on Thursday 31st October 2019.

The ‘flextension’ is named as such because the UK could leave before the January deadline if a deal is approved in Parliament.


Posted on: 24th Oct 2019

Andusia Supports Anthesis Smart Waste Tracking Solution

Andusia is proud to be supporting global sustainability consultancy, Anthesis, in its development of Vastum, as part of a GOV TECH project to develop the UK’s first comprehensive smart waste tracking solution.

Andusia will be working closely with Anthesis during development, using their knowledge of the industry to help shape the new system, through intensive testing.


Posted on: 3rd Oct 2019

Andusia Discuss the Impending Dutch Tax

In July, the Dutch Government proposed a €32-per-tonne tax on the import of waste into the country as part of a package of measures to address climate change. Domestic waste sent to energy from waste (EfW) plants and landfills have been taxed in the Netherlands since 2015.

Currently, the Netherlands is the largest off-taker of UK waste in mainland Europe and took in a total of 1.3 million tonnes of material from the UK in 2018 alone. The Dutch Government estimates that as much as 25% of the waste processed in the country’s EfW plants comes from outside the country.