EIS Waste Services partners with Port of Aberdeen

EIS Waste Services has successfully secured a contract worth £300,000 with the historic Port of Aberdeen, recognized as Britain’s oldest existing business.

The Port of Aberdeen has awarded EIS Waste Services a three-year contract to manage waste and recycling services across its estate, encompassing visiting vessels and office facilities.

As part of its ambition to become the “UK’s first net zero port by 2040”, the port aims to reduce its scope 3 emissions, with the new contract playing a pivotal role in this initiative.

Under the agreement, waste generated at the Port of Aberdeen will be directed to EIS’ purpose-built transfer station facility at Checkbar, located on the outskirts of Aberdeen. This integrated recycling and energy production system ensures a “100% diversion from landfill” solution.

Neil Sharp, Managing Director at EIS Waste Services, expressed the company’s commitment to sustainability and its excitement in partnering with the Port of Aberdeen. He emphasized EIS’ advanced waste management and recycling services, aligned with the port’s vision for a cleaner, more sustainable future.

Belle Sierina, Environmental Manager at the Port of Aberdeen, highlighted the importance of effective waste management in their net zero strategy and anticipated collaboration with EIS Waste Services to enhance environmental and sustainability efforts.

EIS Waste Services’ headquarters at Checkbar, near Cove on the outskirts of Aberdeen, operate on renewable energy, reflecting the company’s dedication to environmental responsibility. Additionally, EIS recently invested £2.5 million in state-of-the-art vehicles to ensure compliance with the new Low Emission Zone (LEZ) requirements in Aberdeen city center.

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