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With more than 80,000 employees working across five continents, the group’s innovation and the value SUEZ companies create for clients make us a leader in the world’s emerging circular economy.
We are passionate about what we do and so hope through this blog to share our thoughts on the key issues affecting our industry as well as our views on wider economic, government and environmental affairs.
In the year 2000, the Isle of Man Government’s Waste Plan identified a hierarchy for dealing with the island’s waste. The contract was awarded to SITA to design, build, and operate an energy-from-waste (EfW) facility to divert waste from the island’s landfill sites.
We treat and dispose of Surrey’s household waste under a 25-year contract awarded by Surrey County Council.
We work with Cornwall Council, providing day-to-day operation and maintenance services under a 30-year contract to manage waste in Cornwall.
SUEZ recycling and recovery UK and Suffolk County Council are working together to manage residual household waste in Suffolk over 25 years, diverting it from landfill and putting it to good use.
SUEZ Communities Trust is an ethical funding organisation dedicated to making lasting improvements to the natural environment and community life. The Trust is a not-for-profit company, a registered and accredited environmental body that operates under the Landfill Communities Fund distributing funds donated by SUEZ recycling and recovery UK.

Industry organisations
The leading public body responsible for protecting and improving the environment in England and Wales.
The trade association for companies providing waste management and associated environmental services.
The leading professional body for waste management with over 5,000 professional members.
DEFRA, the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, works for the essentials of life – food, air, land, water, people, animals and plants.
WRAP, the Waste & Resources Action Programme, is a not-for-profit company supported by funding from DEFRA, the DTI and the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is working to promote sustainable waste management by creating stable and efficient markets for recycled materials and products.

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