WELCOME TO URBASER LTD
Urbaser Balfour Beatty have announced that a construction milestone is on track to be achieved by the end of July. The boiler pressure test is a regulatory requirement under the Pressure Equipment Directive for the construction of all Energy from Waste facilities.
Waste and resource management company, Urbaser Ltd, is celebrating after winning a 7-year joint contract to provide waste collection and street cleansing services for North Hertfordshire (NHDC) and East Herts District Councils (EHDC).
Urbaser Ltd is pleased to introduce its new Garden Recycling Scheme, with the residents of Gosport Borough Council set to be the first to benefit from it.
In partnership with the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and their nationally accredited provider The Training Team, Urbaser has been providing groups of employees with industry recognised Level 3 and Level 5 ILM training qualifications to further develop their leadership and management styles.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester today officially opened EnviRecover energy from waste – Severn Waste Services’ flagship waste treatment facility, operated as part of the 25 year integrated waste management PFI contract with Worcestershire County Council and Herefordshire Council.
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has recently awarded their Highway Management and Maintenance contract to VolkerHighways who have selected Urbaser Ltd as a subcontractor to deliver the street cleansing element.
Urbaser Ltd strongly values its employees and the hard work they do for our clients, and we believe they should benefit from a good work-life balance and health initiatives. As a result of this, in March 2016 we were proud to become a member of the Government’s Cycle to Work scheme.
Major construction work at Gloucestershire’s new Energy from Waste facility is now underway. Piling equipment has arrived on site to install piled foundations to support the major buildings, process equipment and waste bunker.
Urbaser Ltd is pleased to announce that the Gosport Borough Council Community Board has awarded a five-year contract extension to the current Waste and Recycling Collection and Street Cleansing Contract which will now run until March 2026.