Last week saw us taking steps to improve our infrastructure at the Transfer Station
New Machinery fitted for our Transfer Station
We have now installed a new Baughan waste sorting line at Albert Quay in Bristol. This new technology will significantly increase the amount of recyclable material we can recover from the waste we handle in Bristol.
New Transport Manager
We are very pleased to introduce our latest team member - Nick Blackmore.
Nick has taken on the role of Transport Manager, he will be taking control of our Bristol fleet.
He brings with him over 30 years experience in the transport industry and also has experience in the food, general haulage and airfreight sectors.
McCarthy Marland are pleased to now be fully registered with Achilles who create and manage a global network of collaborative communities.Read More
Operator's Licence Addition
McCarthy Marland (Bristol) Ltd adds a further 15 HGV vehicles to its Operatror's licence with the addition of a new operating centre at The Arena Business Park on Albert Road BS2 0XWRead More
New Roll-on Roll-off (March 2015)
Adding further strength to our fleet with the delivery of a new DAF CF400 (Euro 6) Roll-on Roll-offRead More
Taking delivery of more Skip Stock
Preparing for the Spring of 2015 by taking delivery now of additional 8 yard open and enclosed skips.Read More
Sponsors of The Bristol Post Sports Awards
Presenting the award for "Best Female Sports Personality Of The Year" to Claudia Fragapane who won four Commonwealth gold medals for artistic gymnastics at the 2014 games.Read More
Investing in Euro 6
McCarthy Marland invests in three new DAF skip loaders all of which are equipped with the latest EURO 6 exhaust emission control systems.Read More
2014 Budget - clarity over future landfill tax
On 19th March 2014 the government provided clarity over the future rates of landfill tax. This news article provides detail from the budget for landfill tax during 2014 and 2015.Read More
Landfill Tax 2014
The standard rate of Landfill tax will be raised to £80 per tonne on 1st April 2014 for non-hazardous waste. The extract below was posted by McCarthy Marland to the Bristol Post in March 2014Read More
Green Means Go!
McCarthy Marland attracts the attention of Bristol, during the Green City campaign, with the introduction of new waste processing and segregation technology. The extract below is taken from the Bristol Post in July 2013Read More
Resource Not Waste
McCarthy Marland questions the amount of energy from waste capacity being developed in the UK. The extract below was written for the Bristol Post by Alex Marland in August 2013Read More