BIFFA


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BIFFABritish Isles Flying Fifteen Association (UK)
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Biffa pleaded not guilty to the charge of being in breach of waste export regulations, claiming that consignments of waste leaving its Edmonton depot were within the law because they comprised of waste paper.
Any vehicle that causes a danger to Biffa crews or members of the public have the video sent, with a statement, to Staffordshire Police's Traffic Process Office.
A spokesperson for Biffa said: "We worked with the fire services to extinguish the blaze and thankfully there were no injuries or significant damage to the building.
Biffa has narrowly fulfilled the promise it made in March to increase underlying revenue growth, although its profit was heavily dented this year by exceptional charges.
Despite the fall in profits, the boss added that Biffa plans to continue buying up smaller rivals, having snapped up seven businesses in the last year alone.
"Biffa Polymers has delivered another strong year of progress and through our industry leading HDPE food grade production plant, 85% of milk bottles in the UK now contain Biffa recycled material.
A spokeswoman for Biffa Waste Services said: "We're disappointed with today's decision and we will be reviewing our next steps over coming days."
"It's there as clear as day that the Biffa driver has done it."
The acquisition provides Biffa with the opportunity to increase the proportion of work serviced by its collection and processing network, as well as expanding routes to market.
"Both Biffa and Anglesey council need to come up with an improved offer, with all calls for negotiation having fallen on deaf ears.
Scores of council bin workers transferred over to the firm when the arrangement began in 2015 are also being asked to take a pay freeze for several years while wages of those already working for Biffa catch up, a proposal that may yet also result in industrial action.