Andusia News

Posted on: 11th Jan 2021

Malvern Plant Construction Hit by Delays

The outbreak of Covid-19 has proven a challenging time for many industries, including construction. The completion of a new clinical waste treatment plant in Malvern, Worcestershire, was hit by construction delays at the end of last year, predominantly due to Covid-19, however Andusia are pleased to report that the plant has now entered into the penultimate stages.

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Posted on: 11th Jan 2021

Two New Clinical Waste Plants to Aid Disposal of Covid Waste

The New Year may not have started as we all imagined and hoped for, but with an additional vaccine and a roll out plan in place, maybe there is light at the end of the very long tunnel.

At an extremely challenging time for the NHS, and with two new clinical waste treatment plants coming online in the UK this year, Andusia are here to help to with the safe disposal of the increase in clinical waste.

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Posted on: 5th Jan 2021

Andusia Appointed Supplier

Andusia Hazchem Treatment are pleased to confirm they have been accepted onto the Government’s Building Cleaning Services DPS (Dynamic Purchasing System) as an Appointed Supplier.

Director, Mark Terrell, comments ‘We are very pleased to have been confirmed as an appointed supplier. It means we are now easily accessible to relevant Government departments, public sector organisations and contracting authorities to offer our hazardous and clinical waste disposal services.’

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Posted on: 8th Dec 2020

Malvern Accepts Its First Clinical Waste Load

Worcestershire’s new clinical waste treatment plant in Malvern has taken its first clinical waste load this week.

The out of date flu vaccines were sent for high temperature treatment to make space in a cold storage warehouse for a new vaccine. This method of disposal offers a high level of safety and security for clinical and hazardous waste and minimises environmental impact.

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Posted on: 8th Dec 2020

Andusia are hiring!

Come and join the Andusia team!

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Posted on: 8th Dec 2020

Brexit Transition – Are you prepared?

The Brexit transition period ends on December 31st 2020. From 1st January 2021 new rules apply and businesses will face disruption to trade, deal or no deal.

Since the 2016 Brexit vote, the waste industry have stressed the impact it could have on the RDF export industry. One clear additional burden on the industry is the requirement for additional Customs documents, leading to an increase in time-consuming administrative workload, further processes to manage and, if not managed properly, confusion.

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