Biomass company TEG Group has scored a contact with a major waste management company for organic waste composting at a number of its sites.
Under a six-year deal starting in the second quarter of the year, the company will handle about a volume of waste of about 15,000 tonnes per annum.
Overall revenues are expected to reach £2.0m over the period of the contract.
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"It is very pleasing for TEG to have secured a further long term waste supply contract which further underpins our growing operating business," said Chief Executive Michael Fishwick.
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