Waste firm’s profits rise while rubbish going to landfill falls
The company that collects waste across Cheshire East and in the Moorlands has reported a rise in profits and a reduction in waste going to landfill.
In its annual report, Ansa Environmental Services said it had “continued to perform strongly” in its fifth year of trading, recording a £630,000 profit from its operations, prior to contractual profit share adjustments and tax.
Profit for the year was £256,000 up by £83,000 from £173,000 in 2017/18.
The company was formed five years ago by Cheshire East Council and its main work is the management and operation of the waste and recycling collection for household and commercial properties. It has recently taken over waste collection in High Peak and Staffordshire Moorlands.
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