Waste, Energy & Minerals


Our dedicated specialists provide expert advice to operators, developers and investors on the sale, acquisition, disposal and valuation of these niche assets.

We understand the complexities of the Waste, Energy & Minerals sectors, how they interact with traditional property markets and the best approach to extract the premium value for your business. We are one of the few dedicated specialist Waste, Energy and Minerals teams in the property market and offer bespoke service lines that provide our clients with a strategic advantage, complementing our traditional product offering.

What we offer

The cost benefits of diverting waste away from landfill, together with income generated by the sale of recyclates and energy, make waste an attractive sector for investment. Colliers International provides a focused strategy for the waste management sector covering: Mass burn waste-to-energy; landfills; landfill gas to energy; inert/aggregate recycling plants; scrap yards; anaerobic digestion; waste transfer stations; material recycling facilities; mechanical biological treatment plants; civic amenity sites; composting; gasification

Key factors for growth in the waste sector include: legislation, value, energy and fiscal drivers.

The renewable energy sector is becoming less alternative, creating a more secure and self-sufficient income stream. Colliers International provides a focused strategy for the energy sector covering: Mass burn waste-to-energy; landfill gas to energy anaerobic digestion; pyrolysis; gasification; solar; hydro; autoclave; wind; standby power.

Key factors for growth in the energy sector include: fiscal incentives, economic forces and green credentials.

The UK is an important producer of a range of minerals consumed in many sectors of the economy, providing positive long term development prospects. Colliers International provides a focused strategy for the mineral sector covering: Sand and gravel pits; dimension stone operations; industrial minerals; brickworks; cement works; hard rock quarries; secondary aggregates; concrete blanching plants; tarmac coating plants; wharves.

Key factors for growth in the minerals sector include: market, economy, future realization.

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