New £3 million waste transfer station for Yorwaste

Seymour’s Stuart Dickens at Andy Pennick and the opening of the Yorwaste facility

A new £3 million waste transfer station has been open officially opened on the outskirts of York.

The waste transfer station, built by Seymour Civil Engineering for Yorwaste at its Harewood Whin facility, will handle 75,000 tonnes of waste each year. The waste will come from households in the City of York and Selby District Council areas, as well as Yorwaste’s commercial customers in North Yorkshire.

Kevin Byrne, Managing Director of Seymour Civil Engineering, said: “The project had several constraints, including time and working alongside an operational facility, but it has been very successful and we look forward to the opportunity to work together with Yorwaste again in the future.”

To read more about the Yorwaste waste transfer station click here.

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