As well as the full array of URS units, the APSE/Liverpool URS framework also provides access to value adding technology, specialist collection vehicles and URS maintenance contracts, from the same framework as the bins.
One of the most important opportunities for using underground refuse systems (URS) is that of ‘new’ housing developments. APSE Solutions has therefore developed a high-level list of factors that authorities ought to consider...
Andy Mudd, Head of APSE Solutions, explains why more and more local authorities are considering going underground to reduce the carbon footprint of waste collection.
A FREE event for public sector workers in Councils, Housing Associations, Universities, Colleges, Schools, and all other public bodies.
10 February 2021
Liverpool City Council, in partnership APSE Solutions, has published an Invitation to Tender for firms to be included on a ground breaking framework for the supply of Underground Refuse Systems.
Andy Mudd, Head of APSE Solutions, offers a brief overview of the recent Underground Refuse Systems virtual briefing event on Tuesday 14 July.
As Liverpool City Council, supported by APSE Solutions, prepares to launch the UK’s first multi-supplier URS procurement framework in the autumn, this virtual briefing event is your chance to find out what the fuss is about - 14 July 2020 10.00am-1.00pm
APSE Solutions is supporting Liverpool City Council to create a procurement framework for the supply of Underground Refuse Systems to UK local authorities. Suppliers expressing an interest will be invited to participate in an online supplier event planned for 3 June.
A one day event at The Bernie Cameron Community Centre, London
Wednesday 19 June 2019
Sulo UK Limited are a supplier of quality waste solutions including but not limited to plastic wheeled containers and street furniture. Sulo also supply, install and maintain underground refuse systems (URS) and have over 500 products installed so far in the UK.
In conjunction with Contenur, APSE Solutions held two successful field trip events this year exploring underground refuse systems; first in Cambridge and then in Edinburgh. Head of APSE Solutions Andy Mudd looks at how both authorities are using underground bins to reap significant benefits for their local communities and businesses.
A one day event at the Business Centre, City Chambers, Edinburgh
Tuesday 13 November
The Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service is working in partnership with the University of Cambridge to launch the largest underground bin system in the UK. Rebecca Weymouth-Wood, Waste Policy, Change and Innovation Manager, spoke to APSE Direct about this bold new initiative.