CSG Awarded Selwood Housing Association Contract
18 May 2018 by Daryl Tunningley
Leading waste management specialists CSG has won a five-year contract with Selwood Housing Association.
CSG, which operates from 27 sites across the UK, has been appointed to remove sewage waste from various treatment systems throughout the housing association’s portfolio.
As part of the contract CSG will provide sewage collection across the company’s 30 locations in the Trowbridge and West Wiltshire area.
Selwood Housing Association is a charitable social enterprise, improving homes and communities in Wiltshire, Mendip, Bath and North East Somerset.
Nick White, Property Surveyor at Selwood Housing Association, said: “Selwood Housing Association’s portfolio comprises more than 6,000 households, as well a number of care homes and supported living accommodation.
“Each of our sites has different sized septic tanks, which means on average around 878,400 gallons of sewage will need to be collected every year.
“CSG is known for being an industry leader. We needed a company that was dependable, cost effective and highly-regarded within the industry. CSG ticked every box.”
Steve Hicks, Operations Director at CSG, said: “This is a great contract win for us and we’re delighted to add it to our client portfolio.
“The housing association will require more than 400 collections a year. This is familiar territory to us and we’re confident that we’ll work in great partnership with Selwood Housing Association to deliver a reliable and efficient service.”
CSG was founded as a one-man sewage collection business in rural Hampshire more than 80 years ago and now employs a national workforce of nearly 500 people.
With its headquarters in Fareham, Hampshire, CSG is one of the largest privately-owned industrial and domestic environmental waste management groups in Britain.
For more information, visit: www.csg.co.uk