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STADLER appoints dedicated project manager for Milton Keynes PFI Project

STADLER UK, a high-tech supplier of complete sorting and treatment plants for the waste management industry, has announced the appointment of David Cain as Project Manager for the Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park project.

The Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park is a unique project where the local authority has taken the ground-breaking decision to integrate three separate waste management systems on a single operating site, with the mechanical treatment (MT) element designed by Stadler UK.

David Cain has been appointed as Project Manager to ensure the smooth co-ordination of the design and installation of the MT plant, working closely with the designers of the AD (anaerobic digestion) and ATT (advanced thermal treatment) plants to deliver the project to the client, Milton Keynes Council.

David joins with a wealth of experience in waste management, having previously worked with EcoPlastics, and is a qualified engineer.

Trevor Smart, Sales Manager for STADLER UK, said: “We are delighted to welcome Dave to the team. His project management experience, combined with his engineering background and experience of STADLER equipment and operating systems will be invaluable on this highly complex project. I am delighted that STADLER UK is continuing to expand and having people of Dave’s calibre on board will ensure we continue to deliver high quality projects for our clients.”

David, commented: “This project is a huge challenge for both STADLER and myself personally and I am looking forward to embracing it. STADLER continues to display its capabilities on significant PFI projects such as this, and I am delighted to be a part of the expansion of the company in the UK.”

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