Pembrokeshire Eco Park
Stakeholder Update 3
Stakeholder Update 3 – April 2023
Andrew Scott Ltd are the main contractor responsible for delivering the new Eco Park Waste Recycling facility to support Pembrokeshire County Council’s waste and recycling programme.
As part of Andrew Scotts commitment to achieving the highest possible standards of operational excellence they will be monitoring every stage of the project to ensure that their work does not cause undue disturbance, inconvenience, or distress to our neighbours.
As part of this project Andrew Scott Ltd and Pembrokeshire County Council are committed to maximising recycling and re-use of excavated materials from the existing site to promote and increase a circular economy. The first two months of the construction phase involves remediating a former car park and concrete hardstanding, where excavated materials will be recycled for reuse within the project. This activity will be followed by bulk excavation to reach formation level across the site, where five new buildings will be constructed in the forthcoming months over spring and summer.
So far, Andrew Scott have excavated:
- 7000 tonnes of topsoil which has been stockpiled for re-use in landscaping
- 1500 tonnes of former blacktop road surfacing which has crushed on site to re-use for site car park surfacing.
- 1900 tonnes of concrete from existing structures which has been crushed and will be re-used as capping material across the site.
- 1100 tonnes of existing subbase which has been re-used in our car parking and site compound.