Milton Keynes

27th January 2022 - Our site is open for business as usual

Coronavirus COVID-19 update

The UK is continuing to closely monitor an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus known as COVID-19.

On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic (an infectious disease outbreak that spreads on a global scale). While the majority of confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported from mainland China, cases have now been reported in over 100 other countries and regions, including areas of the UK, with the situation changing rapidly.

In order to comply with relevant health and safety legislation, to support the Government’s efforts to ‘contain’ and ‘delay’ the spread of the virus, and to support business continuity planning, Amey is implementing additional site control measures from Monday 16 March.

Additional site control measures

One of the measures deemed necessary to mitigate the impact of the pandemic is to implement site control to essential personnel only, to support ‘social distancing’ measures recommended by the Government to ‘delay’ the spread of the virus. This includes:

  • Encouraging all non-essential staff to work from home/avoid travelling to operational sites
  • Avoiding all non-essential travel and non-business critical meetings

These measures will remain in place until further notice. If you have scheduled a meeting at or a visit to one of our sites, a member of our team will contact you to discuss rescheduling. Further updates will be provided in due course.

We thank all our stakeholders, partners and suppliers for their understanding and support at this time.


Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park brings together state-of-the-art mechanical treatment and heat energy recovery technologies to make the most of Milton Keynes’ black sack waste rubbish in a sustainable way.

Waste which had previously been landfilled – what we know as “black sack” waste - is used to create enough energy to power the equivalent of 11,000 homes (and in turn reduce landfill to around 3% and provide Milton Keynes Council with a saving on its waste management bill over the coming years).

MKWRP has be operational since March 2018 on behalf of Milton Keynes Council.

Find out more about how to reduce, reuse and recycle your waste by visiting Milton Keynes Council’s website 

You can use the links on this page to find out more about the facility, in Wolverton, as well as see what's happening on site and get your questions answered.

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