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Bilford Road

Bilford Road Landfill Site

Bilford Road, Worcester.

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As early as 1886 the Bilford Road site was a Sand and Gravel pit.   By 1961/63 the site had been infilled.   Waste is up to 6m thick and comprises a mixture of inert material such as brick, concrete, ash with some biodegradable material such as wood.

In 2009 22 monitoring locations were drilled on the site to install monitoring points for gas, groundwater and leachate monitoring.

Bilford Road 2009

                         August 2009   

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  • Lets Waste Less The website is packed full of ideas to help residents reduce, reuse and recycle their household waste.
  • EnviroSort Has the capacity to receive and sort 105,000 tonnes of recyclable material per year. EnviroSort Website 

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This page was last reviewed 18 October 2012 at 16:24.
The page is next due for review 16 April 2014.