Andusia News

Posted on: 3rd Oct 2023

Andusia sign contract renewal with Britaniacrest

Andusia are delighted to report they have signed a renewal contract with family-run Britaniacrest Recycling, based in Surrey. The contract marks a continuation of working together, having just agreed on a new 3-year deal.

Formed in 1993, Britaniacrest have grown from strength to strength to become one of the South’s leading private waste management companies. Passionate about recycling and protecting the environment, the company are able to achieve ‘0% to landfill’ for customers and recycle 90% of waste received.

Posted on: 7th Sep 2023

The best start to 2023 for Andusia…

The first half of 2023 has been a very busy one for Andusia resulting in the company hitting some of their best milestones to date in under six months!

This summer, not only did we hit our monumental achievement of exporting 2 million tonnes of RDF, but we have also handled just shy of 3.3 million tonnes. The handled number is higher than exported as we sometimes handle the same waste more than once between collection and recovery, for example delivering waste the loading port, unloading when a shipment docks and transporting waste to the end plant via truck would result in 3 separate handlings of the same waste. The majority of waste that Andusia collect goes straight to the end plant door-to-door, but for varying end plants there are more stages to the movement.

Posted on: 31st Aug 2023

Meet Logistics Administrator, Jess!

Our Operations department is busier than ever! With that we are pleased to introduce a new face to the ever-growing Andusia team. We welcome Jess as Logistics Administrator!

Jess will be working alongside her colleagues in the Operations department, playing a crucial role in ensuring we continue to offer our customers a competitive full supply chain solution, peace of mind and great service! We are sure many of you have already had the pleasure of speaking with Jess and experiencing her fantastic customer service and problem-solving approach.


Posted on: 16th Aug 2023

Andusia Continue to Accept POP Waste

Did you know that Andusia can accept your POP waste in our RDF waste collection? In September last year, the Environment Agency (EA) issued new guidance on how councils should manage soft furnishings containing Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) which came into effect at the start of 2023.

POPs are chemical substances that do not break down in the environment, they are found in soft furnishings such as sofas, armchairs, office furniture and foot stools. They can travel long distances and build up in the bodies of plants and animals, and as such, they are a danger to human health and the environment.


Posted on: 9th Aug 2023

Paige Joins the Commercial Team!

Andusia are thrilled to report that after business growth, Paige has started a new role within the team! We are over the moon that Paige will now be working within our Commercial department!

After taking a deep dive into what the business needed to become more efficient and helpful to our customers Paige was the perfect fit to support our Commercial team with the additional increase in demand.

Paige will assist in to the day-to-day running of our Commercial department and will be the go-to girl for all things pricing related, assisting with the management of our bulk vessel movements and act as the link to all business departments when we have new business or we experience any changes!


Posted on: 1st Aug 2023

Andusia Sign Contract with Sun Skips Ltd

Continuing success throughout 2023, Andusia are happy to announce they have recently signed a contract with a new partner, SunSkips Ltd.

The collaboration will see 7,000 tonnes of RDF exported from SunSkip’s various locations across Cambridgeshire to EfW facilities across Europe, over a 12-month period. The waste will be recovered and used to provide electricity and heating to the local areas, whilst also avoiding UK landfill.