Veolia Signs New Waste And Recycling Partnership with Hammersmith & Fulham Council
Veolia, the UK leading resource management company has won a new nine and three quarter year contract with Hammersmith & Fulham Council which will help contribute towards significantly improving recycling rates and supporting its ambitions to reach Net Zero by 2030.
The new contract includes kerbside recycling and waste collections, bulky waste and street cleansing and will expand the current food waste recycling scheme to cover the whole of Hammersmith & Fulham. The borough is home to several high-profile events for which Veolia will deliver street cleansing services namely the Boat Race, Queen’s Club tennis and around the three football stadiums on match days.
A tailormade recycling improvement plan will be devised in collaboration with the Council and will be supported by a new Education, Communication and Outreach team to engage with residents and community groups on the ground to introduce new initiatives to increase recycling.
As a leader in the development of electric municipal refuse fleets, Veolia will work with Hammersmith & Fulham to develop electric vehicle and charging infrastructure solutions creating significant reductions in CO2 emissions, improving air quality and diminishing noise pollution. This will also support Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s climate emergency target to achieve Net Zero by 2030.
In becoming the benchmark company for Ecological Transformation, Veolia is committed to tackle climate change, resource depletion, biodiversity collapse, and pollution. By expanding the use of existing solutions, and developing new innovative solutions, the company is accelerating the process to radically change patterns of production and consumption and placing ecology at the heart of every process.