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Enovert, one of the UK's leading landfill service operators

With 12 operational landfill sites, two composting facilities, three waste transfer stations and an Anaerobic Digestion facility; Enovert manages in excess of 2.3 million tonnes of waste per annum.

Our landfill operations and our Anaerobic Digestion facility generate considerable amounts of renewable energy from landfill and biogas, contributing to the UK's drive to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.

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Renewable Energy - Key Facts:

Deposited Waste

M Tonnes*

to Landfill each year
 *approximate

Renewable Energy  

GWh per annum*

Renewable generation
 *approximate

Powering

Homes*

with renewable energy
 *approximate

The disposal of waste to landfill remains an important part of the UK's waste management strategy. 

Enovert's landfill sites operate to the highest standards of safety and compliance, providing safe and efficient disposal of waste. Enovert holds accreditation to ISO 9001 (quality management system), ISO 14001 (environmental system) and ISO 18001 (occupational health and safety management system).

Enovert is committed to a comprehensive process of landfill restoration when each of our sites reaches the end of its operational period. Upon completion of a waste deposit, the site is capped and restored to create natural habitats and open spaces such as woodlands or parks, which will foster biodiversity and provide a valuable public and ecological amenity.

Enovert also supports local communities through the Government's Landfill Communities Fund by distributing money to community improvement schemes through a number of trusts including  the Enovert Community Trust (formerly Cory Environmental Trust in Britain); the Ibstock Enovert Trust (formerly the Ibstock Cory Environmental Trust); and the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust.

Since the Trusts were created more than £63 million has been distributed in grants to community and environmental projects, such as improving community halls, creating new play areas and skate parks, and restoring green public spaces.

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