B&M Waste Services has commenced a new contract, cleaning and maintaining the drainage network across the West Berkshire Council region on behalf of Volker Highways.
The deal which is valued at £295,000 will extend for a minimum period of eighteen months.
Graham Curtis, director of B&M Waste Services, said:
“We have invested millions of pounds in state-of-the-art industrial cleaning vehicles which enables us to complete projects quickly and efficiently across large geographical areas and highway networks.
“This is turn saves our clients money and ensures that they fulfil their responsibilities to keep the streets clean and clear of excess drainage and rainwater.”
Daemon Morris, contracts manager at Volker Highways commented:
“It has been a few months of negotiations but we are now pleased that B&M Waste are part of the supply chain helping deliver the HTMC within the West Berkshire district. We are certain that the quality of work will be at a good standard and look forward to working in partnership to fulfil the needs of West Berkshire Council.”
Established in 1954, B&M has extensive experience in the provision of drainage and street cleaning services to local authorities nationwide.
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