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Recruitment drive launched at Manvers plant

Work has started on the main development site of the new waste treatment facility at Bolton Road, Manvers, Rotherham. Picture shows Councillor Richard Russell, Rotherham

Work has started on the main development site of the new waste treatment facility at Bolton Road, Manvers, Rotherham. Picture shows Councillor Richard Russell, Rotherham

A new multi-million pound waste treatment facility will create 40 new jobs for the Dearne.

A recruitment drive has been launched to fill posts at the new BDR Waste Partnership facility in Bolton Road, Manvers.

The £750m plant will process thousands of tonnes of household waste from across Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster when it commissioned early next year and made fully operational in July 2015.

Jobs available include technical, managerial, engineering, skilled, semi-skilled and maintenance roles.

It is being built by 3SE, a partnership of Shanks Group and Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) on behalf of the BDR Waste Partnership.

Colin Fletcher, contracts director at Shanks, said: “We are delighted to be at the stage where we are starting to recruit our team for this exciting new development which will revolutionise the treatment of leftover household waste from Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham.

“We need to fill a wide range of roles and we look forward to taking this major step forward and getting people on board. After this initial recruitment drive we will also be holding a job shop event in October to make further appointments.”

For more details visit www.bdronline.co.uk.

 

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