Come and join us at September’s Business Breakfast on Thurs. Sept. 20th from 07:30 to 09:00.

Venue: Avonmouth RRC Site, Severn Road, Chittening, Bristol, BS11 0YU



Viridor LogoAvonmouth RRC - Bunker and Boiler area July 18


Interested in Viridor’s £252m Resource Recovery Centre (RRC) which is currently being constructed in Avonmouth?

Then join us at September’s Business Breakfast and find out more.

The agenda will include an introduction to the Pennon Group, the construction of the Resource Recovery Centre itself and how the facility will operate.

We’ll also be learning more about:

  • the engagement with local community and businesses
  • the experience of local companies working on the construction
  • the recruitment drive for permanent staff
  • plus, the opportunity to view progress on site from the gallery


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Come along, join the discussion, and find out more.


Book your ticket now


SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There is plenty of time to network and a 30 second slot to introduce yourself and your business. Refreshments and light breakfast are provided.

We look forward to seeing you.


Register here for September’s Business Breakfast


Please note that Business Breakfasts are free to attend for SevernNet members. Non-members may attend two Business Breakfasts before joining. There is more information about Membership and a Membership Form here.


About Viridor – Who are we?   


Part of the FTSE 250 Pennon Group, every day Viridor takes what British homes and businesses throw away and transforms it into essential quality materials, resources and energy for customers across the UK and globally.


Viridor works in partnership with more than 150 local authority and major corporate clients with 32,000 customers across the UK. The company has the UK’s largest network of 300+ advanced recycling, energy recovery and landfill diversion facilities with 600 waste collection vehicles securing materials for our network of assets.

Viridor embodies the circular economy, managing seven million tonnes of recyclates and resources each year with 1.4 million tonnes of recyclate traded.
It has specialist glass recycling facilities at Newhouse in Scotland and in Sheffield, England, with a plastic reprocessing plant in Skelmersdale, Lancashire.

The company has eight energy recovery facilities (ERFs) in operation, three in commissioning and a fourth under construction across the UK city-regions.

Viridor is one of the UK’s largest independent power generators from waste with 274 megawatts (MW) of operating capacity from ERFs, anaerobic digestion, solar and landfill gas (including joint ventures) at 31 March 2018. Viridor exported 1.5 terawatt hours of power during the year.

Viridor makes a substantial contribution to the green economy through investment in people and skills, employing more than 3,000 people.

There’s more information about the Avonmouth RRC here.

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