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Andusia move into hazardous waste market


ANDUSIA Recovered Fuels Ltd are pleased to announce that they are moving into the hazardous waste market in addition to the RDF market, which they have been so well known for over the past six and a half years.

Since being founded in 2012, Andusia have exported over one million tonnes of RDF across Europe for recovery.

This announcement comes after an exciting few months at Andusia. In October this year; Andusia used their expertise in the RDF field to export their first consignment of SRF waste to a Mediterranean plant.

Regarding Andusia’s expansion into hazardous waste, the company’s Director, Mark Terrell said: “The RDF export market will always be a key area for us. However, we are now turning our attentions to SRF and hazardous waste exports too. We’re looking forward to a busy 2019!”

Moving into the hazardous waste market means Andusia can now offer an extensive RDF, SRF and hazardous waste solution.

The future of the export of waste has also come under question due to Brexit, to which Mark commented further.

He said: “No matter what the outcome of Brexit, we don’t foresee any change to the business or how we operate. We are prepared for every eventuality.”

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About Andusia Recovered Fuels Ltd

Andusia Recovered Fuels Limited was established in 2012 when the RDF export market was in its infancy.

Since then, they have become one of the UK’s largest independent exporters, offering a full and flexible supply chain solution for collecting and delivering RDF from UK producers (independent management-owned waste businesses) to the energy from waste plants in Europe.

2018 saw Andusia collect its one millionth tonne of RDF waste which was sent to Europe for recovery.