Including waste treatment, collection and commercial opportunities. We have developed business cases for local authorities, ‘Teckal’-exempt companies and arms’ length companies to explore the deliverability of potential opportunities.
|Infrastructure, Business Cases & Feasibility|
|Nottingham City Council|
|Nottingham MRF Feasibility|
Frith Resource Management compiled a feasibility study for Nottingham City Council regarding the creation of two Material Recovery Facilities (MRF). The first of which is a “Dirty” MRF, handling residual waste and producing refuse derived fuels (RDF). The second being a “Clean” MRF, which processes clean Recyclate material. During this study, Frith RM was able to provide support to Nottingham City council, along with details of the cost-effectiveness of the scheme. Furthermore, the technical viability of the proposed project was investigated, to ensure that the development was feasible through a detailed business case.
|Infrastructure, Business Cases & Feasibility, Waste Treatment Technology|
Paul did the job well from beginning to end. The project had a challenging timeframe, which he met. Paul was a pleasure to work with. His work is of a high standard and he was flexible and responsive to our needs