ENGINEERING contractor Clugston Construction has won an £8m contract to build a waste treatment and recycling facility in North Lincolnshire.
The business, which has an office in Leeds, will build a mechanical biological treatment plant, pictured in the artist’s impression, on the Normanby Enterprise Park in Flixborough. It is part of a £250m North Lincolnshire Council project.
The plant will reduce the amount of waste North Lincolnshire sends to landfill by 87 per cent and prevent the production of 11,800 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
Clugston Construction will be working alongside Waste Recycling Group (WRG).
The plant will turn waste into Climafuel, an alternative fuel originally developed for use at kilns in South Ferriby, Lincolnshire.
Steve Radcliffe, managing director of Clugston Construction, said: “We are delighted to be part of the successful team as design and build contractor for the facility in North Lincolnshire.
“We have worked closely with our partners WRG and North Lincolnshire County Council for some time to deliver what will be a sustainable waste management solution.”
Clugston Construction is a privately owned regional building and civil engineering contractor and a member of the Clugston Group. It operates from four regional offices across northern and eastern England.