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Biffa is to invest £6.5m in a new plastics recycling line at its Redcar plant on Teesside by early next year.
Biffa is to invest £1.5m in the development of four new food waste transfer stations across the country.
Biffa is to acquire the chemical treatment division of Enviroco, including its hazardous waste fleet and Sheffield-based waste transfer facility.
Biffa has acquired the chemical treatment business of PHS Group, including three hazardous waste facilities in Burscough, Stevenage and Atherstone.
Biffa is to relocate its waste recycling operations and up to 30 staff from Trafford Park to Salford, Aldridge and London.
Biffa has submitted plans to build a 26MW energy-from-waste plant at the former Skelton Grange Power Station in Leeds by 2015.
Biffa is to submit plans to build a 34MW energy-from-waste plant at Westmill near Ware.
Biffa has unveiled plans to build a 21MW energy-recovery waste plant at the former Skelton Grange site near Leeds by 2014.
Biffa is to set up a £20m waste recycling facility at the Midpoint Distribution Centre near Birmingham, with the creation of 40 jobs.
Biffa has won planning permission to build an anaerobic digestion plant at Poplars in Staffordshire by autumn 2010, with the creation of 15 jobs.
Biffa has unveiled plans to build a 34MW energy-from-waste incinerator at its Westmill site in Ware, Hertfordshire, by 2014.
Biffa has agreed a £30m deal with Stadler of Germany and TiTech of Norway to build three recycling plants at sites in Manchester, the Midlands and the South East.
Biffa has unveiled plans to build a £200m waste incinerator at its Newhurst Quarry site in Shepshed, Leicestershire.
Biffa is to create 30 jobs at a new waste recycling plant at Trafford Park in Manchester, and a series of similar plants will be built across the country.