Summiting Aconcagua!

O.C.O are incredibly proud to be supporting The Last Ride Project as they aim to climb and ski down the highest mountain on each of the 7 continents of the globe and we are delighted to announce that they have been successful in reaching the summit and skiing a portion of their 4th mountain. They reached […]

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Permit increase granted

In September 2023 we announced that our Leeds site had been given planning consent to increase our throughput of APCr by 30,000 tonnes, this was pending the approval of our environmental permit variation by the Environment Agency. It is with great pleasure that we can now confirm our permit variation has been granted, allowing the […]

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Surveillance Audit Success

Each year our Integrated Management System (IMS) is audited by Alcumus ISOQAR against the following standards, ISO45001, 9001 and 14001. It is with great pleasure and pride that we can announce for the fourth year running, no non-conformances or opportunities for improvement were found.  Although this is a great result for our business, we remain […]

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From WAMITAB to CMS

As holders of numerous bespoke waste environmental permits, we must prove that we are technically competent to manage the operations at our facilities. Until recently O.C.O proved technical competency through the WAMITAB scheme, run jointly with the CIWM but earlier this year the business decided that introducing a Competence Management Scheme (CMS) would not only […]

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National Sustainability Award Winners!

We are excited to announce that it we won the “Carbon Capture and Storage Award” at the 2023 National Sustainability Awards! This prestigious awards ceremony held in London recently, recognised innovation from a range of sectors, that helps to build a more sustainable and better future. Employees of O.C.O who attended the ceremony to receive […]

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O.C.O pays a visit to Petronor

A team from O.C.O were delighted to pay a visit to Petronor, its project partner in the circular economy mineralisation project to develop a facility in Bilbao to capture Carbon dioxide from Petronor to transform ash otherwise destined for landfill into manufactured aggregate. The O.C.O team included its CEO, Steve Greig and Clayton Sullivan-Webb, Managing […]

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