Andusia News

Posted on: 5th Apr 2018

Andusia are visiting IFAT 2018

IFAT is the world’s leading trade fair for Waste and Energy Management, and is a vital platform for visitors to procure strategies and solutions for using resources to ensure long-term preservation. This year Andusia will be visiting the trade fair and will be available for meetings with any current and prospective clients to discuss your requirements.

The industry leading exhibition attracts over 130,000 visitors from 169 countries, all looking to meet and network with other visitors but also the 300 exhibitors. The trade fair is supported by a unique and informative seminar programme which further confirms it’s a trade fair of opinion. This year’s event will be taking place in Munich, Germany from 14-18 May 2018. (more…)

IFAT 2018

Posted on: 1st Mar 2018

Did you miss this week’s Energy from Waste Conference?

This week Andusia’s General Manger, Mark Terrell, presented at the annual Energy from Waste Conference in London.

The popular industry event, now in its 14th year, is the leading conference in Europe driving discussion, best practice and compliance in the energy from waste sector. (more…)

EfW Conference

Posted on: 9th Feb 2018

Don’t forget to register for this month’s Energy from Waste Conference

Andusia is pleased to announce that General Manager, Mark Terrell, is a confirmed speaker at February 2018’s Energy from Waste Conference.

Now in its 14th year, the Energy from Waste Conference is the leading conference in Europe driving discussion, best practice and compliance in the energy from waste sector.

Taking place from 28th February – 1st March 2018 at etc. Venues County Hall, London, visitors will benefit from senior-level industry debate with an international audience of more than 250 of the sectors’ thought leaders and key decision makers. (more…)

Energy From Waste Conference 2018

Posted on: 16th Jan 2018

Andusia Exhibit at RWM 2018

Andusia Recovered Fuels Ltd is excited to announce that they will once again be exhibiting at RWM. Following a number of successful years attending the show, Andusia was keen to sign up once again.

RWM is the leading recycling and water & energy waste management event in the UK – showcasing the latest innovations shaping the sustainability sector to the industry’s most influential names and organisations. Both days are packed with unmissable seminars from resource management thought leaders and figureheads; offering expert advice and invaluable guidance and support. The show will also be home to hundreds of cutting-edge exhibitors, who will display the latest environmentally sound and profitable solutions. (more…)

RWM 2018

Posted on: 11th Dec 2017

Mark Terrell Confirmed as Speaker at Energy from Waste Conference 2018

Andusia is pleased to announce that General Manager, Mark Terrell, is a confirmed speaker at February 2018’s Energy from Waste Conference.

Now in its 14th year, the Energy from Waste Conference is the leading conference in Europe driving discussion, best practice and compliance in the energy from waste sector.

Taking place from 28th February – 1st March 2018 at etc. Venues County Hall, London, visitors will benefit from senior-level industry debate with an international audience of more than 250 of the sectors’ thought leaders and key decision makers. (more…)

Energy From Waste Conference 2018

Posted on: 27th Nov 2017

Andusia on the UK Capacity Gap and Infrastructure

This month, Mark Terrell, Andusia’s new General Manager presented at the recent RDF Conference in London. For those of you who were unable to attend the event, this is a summary of Mark’s presentation and the discussion around UK Capacity and Infrastructure in the RDF market.

Following recent reports in the trade press that the RDF exported tonnage figures seem to have plateaued, many UK exporters have responded with an opposite opinion. Andusia have announced a number of new contracts, have extended their team by 4 people and are as busy as ever. However, although less RDF may be being exported there is still a demand and expansion across the UK is required in order to meet this demand.

Figures show that landfill in the UK is beginning to decrease, and although we are building new plants in order to treat our own waste, there are still not enough, causing a capacity gap.

But why is there a capacity gap in the UK? (more…)

UK Waste Capacity Gap