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New Massive MRF in Surrey, UK to Process 100K Tonnes of Waste Annually

The Surrey County Council, UK has announced plans to build a new recycling facility in Longcross.

February 8, 2024

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The Surrey County Council, UK has announced plans to build a new recycling facility in Longcross.

The site will sit just south of Virginia Water and will be able to process up to 100,000 tonnes of waste annually. The new MRF would focus on dry mixed recycling like paper, plastics, and glass.

The new MRF will ensure that the recycling process would be cheaper since all waste could be dealt with in Surrey rather than transported. This would also lead to fewer road miles for transportation and a smaller carbon footprint.

“This new facility is a key part of Surrey County Council’s ambition to be one of the UK’s leaders when it comes to recycling and sustainability,” said Natalie Bramhall, Cabinet Member for Property, Waste, and Infrastructure at Surrey County Council.

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