Updating you on our activities
7th March 2018: Visitors from Angus council
We were honoured to welcome and host officials and elected members from Angus council. The visit comprised of a short presentation about MVV, a tour of our facility and a discussion about the Dundee and Angus Waste Partnership Project. Angus Council was represented by Margo Williamson (Chief Executive), Ian Lorimer (Head of Corporate Finance), Stewart Ball (Head of Housing, Regulatory and Protective Services), Rory Tosh (Senior Accountant, Corporate Finance) and the Angus elected officials Bob Myles (Leader), Angus McMillan Douglas (Deputy Leader), Craig Fotheringham (Convener) and Lois Speed (Vice Convener). They were met by Dr. Joachim Manns (Managing Director MVV Umwelt GmbH), Paul Carey and Uwe Zickert (Directors of MVV Environment Baldovie), Gregor McGhee (QHSE Manager at MEB), Peter Lawrence (MEB Contract Manager), Peter Knapp (MEB Head of Operations and Maintenance) and MEB Community Liaison Manager Mimi Mwasame.
Angus Council at MVVDundee
14th February 2018: Mimi Mwasame joins as Community Liaison Manager
As we commence the building of a new, state of the art Energy from Waste Combined Heat and Power Facility, we have been joined by Mimi Mwasame as Community Liaison Manager. Mimi has been living in Aberdeen since 2011 when she came to study for an MSc; since completing her studies, she as been working for the Aberdeen Council of Voluntary Organizations. Prior to this she worked for the Worldwide Fund for Nature in Kenya. Mimi will be responsible for managing our community relations, working with educational establishments, stakeholders and other community groups, and on the delivery of the community benefits action plans and our waste education activities in Dundee and Angus.
31st January 2018: Successful “Meet the Buyer’s Event”.
MVV Environment Baldovie (MEB) and their contractors, Standardkessel Baumgarte GmbH (SGB) and Chilworth, held a very successful “Meet the Buyer’s Event” at the Michelin Athletic Club. Almost 150 potential contractors and suppliers, mostly from the Tayside region, joined us for talks about our project and the various opportunities available to engage with us. MEB will soon start construction of the £125 million Energy from Waste Combined Heating and Power (EFW CHP) facility which is scheduled to take between two and three years.back to top
Managing Director MVV Environment