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The majority of onsite waste is dealt with through a contract with waste management firm Biffa

Hanson UK hits waste and water reduction goals three years early

Building materials supplier Hanson UK has surpassed its 2020 waste goal of reducing the amount of non-process waste sent to landfill by 85% compared to 2010, while also reducing water usage by a third.

The majority of onsite waste is dealt with through a contract with waste management firm Biffa

Hanson UK halved waste sent to landfill in 2016

Building materials supplier Hanson UK has halved the amount of waste sent to landfill in the past 12 months, driven by reusing and recycling more than 100,000 tonnes of controlled waste in the production of cement and asphalt.

Glyn Rhonwy is expected to deliver around 32 million MWh of energy over its operational lifetime of 125 years

Green light for first UK hydro storage project in 30 years

The first grid-scale electricity storage facility to be built in Britain for more than 30 years has been approved by Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Secretary Greg Clark.

Hanson’s West Drayton Asphalt Plant in the London Borough of Hillingdon. The building materials supplier is now being paid for taking this cleaner, cheaper and smarter approach to grid balancing

Hanson embraces demand response approach to energy management

Building materials supplier Hanson UK is pioneering a demand-side response approach to energy management, with the technology being rolled out to 29 of the company's quarries across the country.


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