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Motoring on Despite Difficult Times

BioteCH4 Yorkshire - Changing Waste has invested in new vehicles bolstering its waste transfer fleet. It’s been a difficult year for everyone, but despite the recent tricky times following the Covid-19 pandemic and the unknown ahead of us all, BioteCH4 - Changing Waste have taken the decision to invest in a new fleet of vehicles.

It comes after several strong months for the business and we’re thrilled we’ve been able to add to the fleet and invest in additional vehicles to support the ever-increasing food and oil waste collections we make every day.

The recent additions of three new vehicles takes the fleet strength of the BioteCH4 Changing Waste team to 18. The fleet varies from a mix of vehicles which allow us to transport over 11,500 collections / deliveries nationally, 24/7.

As part of the fleet expansion Changing Waste has invested in new tankers, tractor units, and food waste skips which allow us to collect food waste in bulk and liquid form and distribute the finished product throughout the group AD sites for the process of anaerobic digestion.

The expansion of the fleet will also assist in the significant growth in the collections of used cooking oil that is processed at the East Yorkshire site before entering the bio-diesel network.

Changing Waste provide waste transfer and waste management solutions for several industries, from blue chip companies through the independent food producers and can store and process various types of waste such as local authority and commercial waste, food waste, oils and fats and category 3 animal by-products.

For more information on any of our services or to speak to a member of the team, please get in touch.

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