May Gurney has won two long-term waste and recycling contracts with a combined value of up to £60m.
The construction and support services outfit will manage 17 household waste recycling centres, under a new deal with North Yorkshire County Council. The contract is for seven years, with a possible extension of a further three years, and valued at up to £24m.
May Gurney will also start a new waste and recycling collections contract for West Oxfordshire District Council in the Autumn, for an initial period of seven years, with a possible extension of a further seven years. The deal is valued at up to £36m.
Philip Fellowes-Prynne, chief executive, commented: "May Gurney continues to consolidate its position as one of the UK's key providers of front-line services in the municipal waste market.
“These new contracts support the Council's sustainability targets by helping residents to recycle more and by reducing the amount of waste going to landfill. Our proven expertise in developing and delivering complex front-line service solutions and supporting our Clients' efficiency goals underpins our continued growth.”