10 May 2022

NWH wins three-year contract with Forestry and Land Scotland

NWH wins three-year contract with Forestry and Land Scotland

Forestry and Land Scotland has appointed one of the UK’s leading recycling companies, The NWH Group, to deliver its central region waste contract. 

The three-year contract, which covers a range of waste streams, includes the provision of bins, front-end loaders and skips for five key sites across Clydebank, Denny, Erskine, Rutherglen and West Calder.

Jamie Campbell, Head of Corporate Sales at The NWH Group, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Forestry and Land Scotland throughout the central belt.

“As a progressive business, every day we’re working hard to continue improving our sustainability credentials – both for us, and for our customers. We always seek to act in accordance with best practice, preserving and, where possible, enhancing the quality of the environment. This way of working, and our shared goals around sustainability, ensures the team at NWH is well aligned with Forestry and Land Scotland’s climate change plans so we are all working towards a common goal.”

Formed in April 2019, Forestry and Land Scotland (an amalgamation of Forestry Commission Scotland and Forest Enterprise Scotland) is the Scottish Government agency responsible for managing Scotland’s national forests and land to enhance biodiversity, support tourism and increase access to the green spaces that will help improve Scotland’s physical and mental health and well-being. It  also continues to provide vital timber supplies to support the rural economy.


About NWH Group

The NWH Group is one of the UK’s leading recycling and waste management business with a mission to change its industry for the benefit of the planet. Serving the whole of Scotland and North East England from ten sites, The NWH Group is committed to creating a sustainable future by improving the social, economic, and environmental wellbeing of its communities.

The progressive, second-generation family business provides waste management services to the industrial, commercial and construction industries. Collecting waste with its fleet of trade refuse, skip, tipper, grab and walking floor articulated vehicles, it transports materials to its own recycling facilities where they are transformed into high value products such as cardboard, paper, washed sands, biomass for energy and animal bedding.


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