The new contract, which begins in April 2010, includes collections for recycling, waste and food waste, and management of the CouncilвЂ™s four Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs).
The contract runs for an initial 7 years, with a further 7 year extension available.
Philip Fellowes-Prynne, chief executive of May Gurney, said: "We are delighted to have been selected as preferred bidder by Bridgend County Borough Council to deliver essential front-line services. The Council appointed us because of our commitment to working in partnership with them to deliver the Welsh Assembly GovernmentвЂ™s waste diversion targets. The service solution we developed for Bridgend focuses on delivering higher recycling rates, sending less waste to disposal and includes recycling a far wider range of materials than more traditional approaches."
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