PSH Environmental offers skip hire collections across Norwich, and processes non-recyclable waste into RDF.
Under the two-year deal with Andusia, the RDF will now be sent to plants in the Netherlands, a large market for UK waste.
Andusia’s operations director Chris May said that he was “excited to be joining forces with PHS Environmental” as the company is “always looking for dependable waste suppliers”.
Nigel Parker, managing director of PSH Environmental, commented: “I have been speaking with Chris May for some time and we have found Andusia to be a dependable, professional, and easy to deal with company.
“My brother Martyn Parker and I have worked in the waste industry for almost 40 years and seen some substantial changes over this time. We have confidence in and highly value the opportunity to work with a partner with such extensive knowledge of the waste industry as it is today.”
Established in 2012, Andusia passed a milestone of collecting 1 millionth tonne of RDF waste for recovery in 2018 (see letsrecycle.com story).
The company collects and delivers RDF from UK producers to EfW plants in Europe, with the contracted producers including London-based waste management company Powerday (see letsrecycle.com story), and Ipswich-based recycling firm Sackers (see letsrecycle.com story).
The RDF exporter said it has also expanded export of SRF to cement plants throughout Europe, and hazardous and clinical waste.