Category: General News

POWERDAY COMMENCES OPERATIONS AT ENFIELD MRF

Powerday today held the official opening of its new £10million state-of-the-art materials recycling facility in Enfield, North London. Located at Powerday’s former waste transfer station in the Brimsdown area of Enfield, the new facility mirrors the capabilities of Powerday’s existing larger Old…

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ALL OUR LATEST NEWS IN OUR WINTER NEWSLETTER

Welcome to Powerday’s Christmas newsletter. Read how our Enfield Materials Recycling Facility is open for business and find out about Powerday’s most successful year yet in terms of renewable fuel production. We also share with you a round up of some of…

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MVV OPERATIONAL AT RIDHAM DOCKS

Following our previous announcement on this exciting new energy-from-waste plant, full operations have now commenced at MVV’s Ridham Docks facility. The plant will generate 23 megawatts at the docks on the Swale in Kent, using 172,000 tonnes of waste wood per year.…

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FIRST LOAD OF RENEWABLE FUELS PRODUCED AT ENFIELD

Powerday’s new Enfield Materials Recycling Facility produced its first load of renewable fuels this week. Located at Powerday’s former waste transfer station in the Brimsdown area of Enfield, the new facility mirrors the capabilities of Powerday’s existing larger Old Oak Sidings facility…

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POWERDAY DELIVERS SAFETY EVENT FOR HEATHROW AIRPORT

Powerday, supported by the Metropolitan Police, hosted a safety event at Heathrow Airport designed to raise awareness of cycling safety. The event which took place on 14th October is part of an ongoing programme where participants get to sit in a cab…

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POWERDAY PROMOTES USE OF THE LONDON CANAL NETWORK

Powerday has been promoting the London Canal Network to encourage the use of this more environmentally responsible transport option that avoids the congestion on London’s roads. When Powerday developed their industry-leading Materials Recycling Facility at Old Oak Sidings in North West London,…

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POWERDAY TRANSPORT MANAGER GAINS CILT CHARTERED STATUS

Powerday’s Transport Manager Bill Cox has been awarded Chartered Member status of the internationally recognised Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT). Membership of the Institute is in recognition of continually improving knowledge and skills along with a commitment to the development…

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POWERDAY LAUNCHES ONLINE REAL TIME WASTE RECYCLING REPORTING

Powerday launched a new online reporting system this month. The software, developed specifically for Powerday, enables us to offer our clients secure access to real time information. This exciting new development builds on our extensive detailed reporting capability and offers many benefits…

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ALL OUR LATEST NEWS IN OUR SUMMER NEWSLETTER

As summer officially begins, we welcome you to our summer newsletter 2015. Read about our new Enfield Materials Recycling Facility, our refuse derived fuel and waste wood contracts, our latest accreditations and much more. To register to receive our newsletter directly, click…

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POWERDAY JOINS CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT

Powerday has joined the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) as part of the company’s continued drive to raise standards in waste transportation. The CILT is an independent professional body for those involved in logistics, supply chains and transport. The association…

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POWERDAY LAUNCHES BURSARY SCHEME FOR LONDON’S ASPIRING BOXERS

Powerday has launched a boxers’ bursary scheme, in partnership with London Amateur Boxing Association (ABA), to assist aspiring young boxers in London to achieve their potential at regional, national and international levels. The launch event, held last Friday, was attended by world…

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CATCH UP WITH ALL OUR NEWS IN OUR WINTER NEWSLETTER

Welcome to Powerday’s winter newsletter. Read all about our trio of new developments – Enfield and West Drayton Materials Recycling Facilities and Cattlegate Farm anaerobic digestion plant – as well as the latest news about the Kotuku Environmental Labour Project and London…

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