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Two waste disposal contracts in the Midlands are set to provide a boost for contractors.Birmingham City Council has formally awarded the 25-year concession for its waste disposal to Tyesley Waste, a consortium set up between Onyx (UK) and Esys-Monteney with a small stake from Birmingham Council.The new company plans to build an £85 million incinerator as part of the contract which will provide energy-from-waste and replace the existing facility at Tyesley.Some 350,000 tonnes of ...

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