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biffer

(ˈbɪfə)
n
1. someone, such as a sportsperson, who has a reputation for hitting hard
2. an implement used to serve blows
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Kevin Watson, plant manager at Biffa, who have supported the project, said: "It's not every day an artist approaches us to learn techniques and source materials.
The deal with Biffa was completed for a cash consideration of PS35.
Ian Wakelin, CEO of Biffa, said: "The creation of a new rHDPE line at our Redcar plant will put capacity back into the market to meet the growing demand that we are seeing, which is particularly important given events in the plastics recycling industry.
Biffa, which handles 10% of household waste collections in the UK, says its staff are reporting around 3,000 incidents of reckless driving per month, only accounting for 1/10th of the total industry figure.
Biffa, founded more than 100 years ago, is the second largest waste management group in the UK, serving 2.
Biffa Asbestos will operate from 12 dedicated regional centres, including its St Helens logistics hub.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales creation and rejuvenation project received PS50,000 in funding from Biffa.
Biffa recommended the installation of a number of in-plant innovations, including a revolutionary machine that crushes milk bottles, feeding milk to an anaerobic digestion tank and plastic to a baler.
The good news is that Biffa already has well-established services in Scotland to help companies meet these new obligations.
The grant from Biffa Award has allowed us to renew the roof, electrics and lighting which will lead to the hall being much more energy efficient and make it more comfortable for our users.
According to Biffa the increased volume will enable it to consolidate more waste into recycling and waste to energy facilities, leading to growth in its energy and processing operations.
Colin Wakefield, who has campaigned against the Houghton-le-Spring site for 15 years with campaign group Residents Against Toxic Site (Rats), said he could understand that most people would view the sentence as a lot of money, but to a firm the size of Biffa it seemed more like loose change.