Powerday has been appointed by Carillion Construction as one of its preferred suppliers for construction waste in London. The contract will see Powerday delivering 100% diversion from landfill on waste generated at Carillion's sites across the Capital. Powerday will be providing onsite segregation where space permits and where this isn't possible, waste will be segregated at Willesden Junction where we operate the largest Materials Recycling Facility in Southern England.

Powerday's multimillion pound facility is designed to maximise recycling of construction waste. As one of the UK's largest producers of renewable fuels, materials that can't be recycled will be processed into refuse derived fuel.

Tom Robinson, Carillion's Chief Sustainability Officer says: "After a thorough selection process involving site visits and a rigorous evaluation, we have nominated Powerday as one of our waste management contractors of choice for London. The company's approach complements our business and we look forward to working with them to deliver our diversion from landfill targets in a cost effective way."

Mick Crossan, Chairman, Powerday says: "We look forward to rolling out waste services to Carillion and delivering the benefits of Powerday's extensive experience and capabilities in the recycling and recovery of construction waste."