Biogénie, specialists in the treatment of contaminated soils along with their strategic partner Biffa Group Ltd, recognise the high levels of client uncertainty with regards to government legislation, on-site contaminated soil treatment processes, increased demand for robust solutions and escalating levels of landfill tax.
To alleviate these uncertainties, Biogénie and Biffa are delighted to announce the official opening of the Redhill soil treatment facility extension. The facility has now doubled in size and has been specifically constructed to accommodate the increased demand from the construction and waste industry in the South East Region and to provide an environmentally sound treatment process for clients seeking a recycling option for materials such as hydrocarbon contaminated soils and sludges.
Recent statements from HMRC regarding the application of landfill tax have fuelled a period of uncertainty; this is an area where Biogénie has dedicated significant time and resources in providing clients with a recovery solution that avoids taxation uncertainty by diverting material away from landfill for beneficial re-use.
Since the opening of the Redhill facility in January 2011, Biogénie has further promoted its culture of excellence to clients, with customers receiving full support from dedicated staff.
Jon Owens, Director of Biogénie comments: “The timing of the extension opening could not have been better, with demand increasing for off-site soil treatment solutions and the requirement for a sustainable solution to projects of all sizes. I have been overwhelmed by the terrific response to our opening event from both existing and potential clients.”
“As a leader in innovation for soil treatment in the UK, this larger facility deploying state of the art technology reflects our continued commitment to providing our customers with a complete range of services, in locations where customers need them and to reducing our client’s landfill costs for compliantly treated soil,” adds André Héroux, President and CEO of EnGlobe. “Biogénie has a strong and growing soil treatment business in Europe, and we’re making investments to drive sustainable long-term growth and are excited to continue announcing new facilities across Europe through the months to come”, concludes Andre Héroux.
Check out the coverage from the opening of the extension to the Redhill soil treatment facility: