Andusia News

Posted on: 20th May 2022

Malvern Reopens After Major Refit

Clinitek’s Malvern hazardous waste incinerator, based in Worcestershire, has been reopened this week after a significant investment, undergoing a major refit project. The plant, developed by Waste Energy Partners, started accepting waste in March 2021, and recently closed for plant improvements.


Posted on: 16th May 2022

The future of UK EfW Development

This month, Tolvik released their eighth annual report, ‘2021 UK Energy from Waste Statistics’. The report reveals EfW capacity is expected to grow from 14.9Mt/year of residual waste processed in 2021 to 19.4Mt/yr by 2026 but goes on to highlight signs of a likely slowdown in the development of UK EfW plants.

The report looks at EfW plants in the pipeline, stating that a number of projects post financial close have since ‘ceased being progressed, been cancelled and/or have been refused consent’ and ‘fewer new projects are now being actively brought forward’.


Posted on: 12th May 2022

Sam is Back!

Our marketing Manager, Sam Cordery, is officially back from maternity leave after having her beautiful baby girl, Phoebe.

We are delighted to have Sam back after 10 long months without her and wish her the very best of luck with her return to work.


Posted on: 9th May 2022

The Technology Behind the Bale

The process of baling and wrapping RDF and SRF is a hot topic at the moment within the world of waste, as conversation is surrounding whether the investment in machinery is justifiable. Andusia and industry experts can provide confidence that the investment of such machinery promises a massive return on investment. But are you unsure on what machinery is reliable and will suit your material and space?


Posted on: 27th Apr 2022

Andusia Enter the Wood Export Market

Andusia are elated to have stepped into the wood export market, signing a new contract with Enva Wood Recycling Ltd. The contract agrees the movement of 20,000 tonnes of wood waste from Tilbury to Germany to be utilised as steam and energy for a paper production plant.


Posted on: 14th Apr 2022

AEB Amsterdam and Andusia Sign New Contract

AEB Amsterdam and Andusia have signed a new 12-month contract! We are very happy to report the agreement of 20,000 tonnes of RDF to be sent to AEB Amsterdam.

AEB processes residual waste from municipalities and companies. They extract as many valuable materials as possible from the waste and efficiently incinerate the remains. In doing so this supplies electricity and heat for a growing number of households and businesses. In this way, AEB plays an important role in the sustainability ambitions of Amsterdam and the surrounding municipalities.