Andusia News

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.


Posted on: 24th Sep 2019

A baby is born!

Andusia are delighted to announce the arrival of Commercial Manager, Chris May’s second child. Chris and his wife, Jacey, welcomed their baby daughter Savannah Jane May on Monday 9th September. Savannah joins her big brother Jaxon.


Posted on: 23rd Sep 2019

Andusia Team Expands

Andusia Holdings Ltd is pleased to announce the Andusia team is expanding further!

In preparation for busy months ahead, Andusia have welcomed a new Logistics Administrator – Naomi Baycroft and Office Assistant – Annie Cannam.


Posted on: 16th Sep 2019

Andusia Sponsor ‘The Cam Clean-Up’

Andusia are proud to sponsor ‘The Cam Clean-up’ in Cambridge, being held on Saturday 28th September 2019.


Posted on: 16th Sep 2019

Malvern Incinerator Update – August 2019

Re-development of Clinitek’s Malvern hazardous waste incinerator commenced in March 2019 and is now well under way. The plant is expected to be fully operation in Q1 2020.

The original site was built in 1972 and operated until 1992, before being acquired by Clinitek in February 2019. The fully refurbished building and new ‘state of the art’ processing plant will use clinical waste as fuel in a modern, energy recovery process.


Posted on: 5th Sep 2019

Andusia Launch Series of Films

Andusia have launched a series of films aimed at those in the waste industry including MRF’s, EfW facilities and UK plant developers. The films have been created to show what happens behind-the-scenes to the UK’s waste when it is converted into RDF, from collection all the way through to export and recovery at Energy from Waste facilities across Europe.