A WASTE management business has received official permission to build a new headquarters in Hartlebury.

Chloros Environmental, who have been situated in their current headquarters in Droitwich since 2012, will commence work on a new waste transfer facility and HQ immediately, with a completion date set for November 2019.

The development and move to the facility will create 10 new jobs for the business, with the site holding new offices, a specialist lab and other high-tech facilities to ensure Chloros meets all required regulatory standards.

Richard Hurdle, Director of Chloros Environmental, said: “We are delighted to have been issued the official environmental permit, and now have clearance to go ahead with the development of the new Hartlebury site which will form an important part of the local and national infrastructure and will ensure that we can deliver the very best levels of service and environmental performance to our customers for years to come.

“Although our current headquarters are local to Hartlebury, this significant investment will allow us to fulfil our growth objectives, employ more staff and service more clients.

"With a completion date for November 2019, it will epitomise a successful year for Chloros, with the business reaching important milestones and winning new tenders on a regular basis.”