Andusia News

Posted on: 12th Aug 2019

Andusia Welcome Two New Members to the Team

Andusia Holdings Ltd is pleased to announce the Andusia team is growing! After a busy few months and in preparation for busier months ahead, Andusia have welcomed two new Logistics Administrators – Danielle Dee and Jen Groves.


Posted on: 5th Aug 2019

Andusia SRF Export Grows

Andusia is pleased to announce that they have recently signed two new contracts for the export of SRF, both commencing in September this year, to cement plants in the Mediterranean.


Posted on: 29th Jul 2019

Andusia Join the SMDSA

Andusia Hazchem Treatment are pleased to announce they are now a member of the SMDSA (Sanitary Medical Disposal Services Association). The SMDSA represents a wide variety of businesses in healthcare waste management.


Posted on: 22nd Jul 2019

Andusia Partner with Mid UK Recycling for SRF Export

Andusia is pleased to announce they have partnered up with a new SRF supplier, Mid UK Recycling which is part of the Beauparc Group.

The Beauparc Group incorporates Panda and Greenstar in Ireland and in the UK Mid-UK Recycling, WSR, Scotwaste and AWM in the Yorkshire area. The group produces over 500,000 tonnes of SRF per annum. The group has a long history of producing alternative fuels and is the UK’s largest producer of SRF. Composed of residual, non-recyclable waste materials from household recycling waste and general industrial and commercial waste, SRF represents an energy resource for a growing number of energy users in the UK and throughout Europe.


Posted on: 16th Jul 2019

Spreading the risk with an aggregator

Andusia have been in the EfW export business from the beginning. Establishing themselves as the number one independent waste aggregator, achieving a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2016. An aggregators strength is their ability to pull waste from a number of different sources, spreading risk of supply and enabling best value.

The value of aggregators was highlighted in ENDS waste and bioenergy’s recent article entitled ‘Gate fees will push EfW growth’. Discussing how UK EfW plants will play an increasing role in the UK’s energy mix, the article went on to look at the difficulties faced by developers of new EfW projects and how subsequently aggregators are the perfect solution to the fuel supply risk.


Posted on: 9th Jul 2019

Andusia on Dutch Tax Proposals

Last week, the Dutch Government proposed a new tax with the aim of reducing carbon emissions: an RDF import tax of €30 per tonne, expected to be introduced in January 2020. 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.

After the announcement, Andusia Director, Steve Burton commented that incineration groups in both the Netherlands and across Europe were “lobbying hard” for this not to happen.