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Totus establishes new RDF route out of Sheerness Port

Totus establishes new RDF route out of Sheerness Port

Our second trial cargo of RDF has now departed Sheerness Port destined for energy generation in Sweden

Working alongside Peel Ports Group, which has recently committed to supporting waste exports by joining the RDF Industry Group, Totus is supporting the drive away from UK landfill by diverting non-recyclable waste to energy recovery facilities in Northern Europe and Scandinavia.

Positioned at the mouth of the Thames Estuary, strategically positioned to connect London, the South East and the midlands to international shipping routes, the Port of Sheerness forms part of Peel Ports' London Medway Cluster. Peel Ports is one of the largest port operators in the United Kingdom, handling c.66 million tons of cargo in 2020. 

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