Adi set to change UK waste storage and collection

Posted on 10 Feb 2019 and read 645 times
Adi set to change UK waste storage and collectionWhen we think ‘waste’ and ‘underground’ in the UK, it often conjures up the negative thoughts of landfill.

However, Birmingham-based Adi — a multi-disciplinary engineering firm — has set out to change this perception.

Welcoming new business development director Mark Burgess — a senior executive with over 20 years’ waste management industry experience — to its Waste Systems division, the company has signalled its intent to revolutionise waste storage and collection in the UK and Ireland, ushering in a series of environmental benefits.

In partnership with Sotkon Underground Solutions, Adi Waste Systems (www.adiltd.co.uk) aims to establish itself at the forefront of waste management with the design, supply and maintenance of high-capacity underground and semi-underground waste solutions.

Mr Burgess said: “Underground waste solutions give customers sustainable and environment-friendly systems that reduce CO2 impact, improve hygiene and increase recycling rates.

It is also true that the use of underground storage systems has been proven to deliver financial efficiency gains of up to 30% when compared with traditional waste collection, so organisations looking to make cost savings have everything to gain.

“Developers and architects engaged in the design of both new and urban regeneration projects can enjoy a financial benefit while providing a sustainable, environment-friendly and aesthetically pleasing solution that will enable local authorities to manage waste into the future in our communities.

“We’ve been slow to evolve our existing systems in this country, but Adi Waste Systems seeks to change that and to become the ‘go to’ source of the type of underground waste units that have already benefitted a number of major European cities — and over 40 countries world-wide.”

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