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Biffa Plc LSE:BIFF London Ordinary Share GB00BD8DR117 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.44% 228.00 272,683 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
227.50 228.50 228.50 221.50 223.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 1,163.10 56.40 18.30 12.5 695
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:11:28 O 34 227.50 GBX

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25/11/2020
08:20
Biffa Daily Update: Biffa Plc is listed in the General Industrials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIFF. The last closing price for Biffa was 229p.
Biffa Plc has a 4 week average price of 202p and a 12 week average price of 195p.
The 1 year high share price is 314p while the 1 year low share price is currently 165.40p.
There are currently 304,729,167 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,369,134 shares. The market capitalisation of Biffa Plc is £694,782,500.76.
28/6/2020
08:56
ariane: Electric Dreams: Council makes huge commitment to eco-friendly bin lorries share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook 0 06/02/2020 | 05:24pm BST Manchester City Council is to replace almost half of its refuse collection vehicles with emission-free electric alternatives. Following agreement on funding with the Council, Biffa - which holds the contract for waste collection and street cleaning in the city - has placed an order for 27 new electric refuse collection vehicles (e-RCVs) to replace diesel wagons which have reached the end of their natural lifespans. The move is a big step towards delivering the Council's zero carbon action plan which aims to halve its direct carbon emissions by 2025 as part of a wider drive to make Manchester zero carbon by 2038 at the latest in response to the climate change emergency. The switch to electric eRCVs will save around 900 tonnes of carbon emissions a year, cutting around 4% of the Council's current direct annual emissions. The commitment will cost the Council £9.787m, marginally more than it would have cost for a like-for-like replacement with diesel vehicles but as well as the clear environmental benefits the cost of the new vehicles over their 10 year expected lifespan, the cost difference will be largely offset by energy savings and the availability of grants. Councillor Rabnawaz Akbar, Executive Member for Neighbourhoods, said: "As a council we've said all along that we will have to do things very differently to realise our ambition to dramatically cut carbon emissions. "We're proud, together with Biffa, that our waste collection service is in the forefront of the forward-thinking response to the climate change challenge and we hope it will inspire others to follow suit. "The only difference to the new service that residents should notice is that the new vehicles are quieter and cleaner." Councillor Angeliki Stogia, Executive Member for Environment, said: "This major investment in new electric bin lorries is a great example of the council's commitment to playing its full part in tackling climate change and will also contribute to better air quality. "We've seen during the coronavirus lockdown how less pollution and better air quality benefits everyone. "Climate change is an urgent challenge which we are getting on with addressing." Roger Edwards, Managing Director, Municipal Division at Biffa, said: "This latest development in our longstanding partnership with Manchester City Council demonstrates Biffa's commitment to being at the forefront of the electric refuse collection vehicles innovation. "Embracing this technology forms a key part of our group wide sustainability strategy and target to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030. We look forward to this project with Manchester and are confident it will be the first of many of its kind across the country as the UK sees the multiple benefits that electric refuse vehicles can bring." The Council and Biffa were supported and advised on the purchase by the Energy Saving Trust. The overall cost of the vehicles is being reduced through government Plug-in grants designed to encourage a switch to electric vehicles. The new vehicles will arrive and start operating in the autumn. The order being placed with Blackburn-based manufacturer Electra, a leading company producing heavy electric trucks in collaboration with the largest truck manufacturers in the world. Sid Sadique, Chair of Electra Commercial Vehicles, said: "This has been an eighteen month project in partnership with Manchester City Council and Biffa, with an Electra refuse collection vehicle being on trial in the city for eighteen months. The trial proved that a fully electric vehicle does the same job as its diesel equivalent with no compromise on payload or operation with the benefit of zero tailpipe emissions."
16/3/2020
16:36
tomps2: BIFF launch their sustainable strategy, Resourceful Responsible. Video: Michael Topham, CEO discusses the initiatives: Resourceful Responsible. hxxps://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/03/16/biffas-sustainable-strategy-resourceful-responsible-2020-launch/
13/3/2020
10:27
stavros28: Bought .................! Very impressed with the price action in the circumstances .
10/3/2020
08:40
stavros28: Biff held up in that selling storm !
04/3/2020
18:24
stavros28: A price circa 200p would fire off a buy order.
04/3/2020
11:36
la forge: PERHAPS WILL BIFF UP AGAINST STRONG RESISTENCE AT 307p Https://www.marketscreener.com/BIFFA-PLC-31609600/?type_recherche=rapide&mots=BIFF
04/3/2020
11:32
la forge: Price (GBX) 287.50 Var % (+/-) +0.52% (Up +1.50) High 295.50 Low 282.50 Volume 182,819 Last close 286.00 on 03-Mar-2020 Bid 286.00 Offer 287.50 Trading status Regular Trading Special conditions NONE
04/3/2020
11:14
stavros28: My correct overvalued call on the 28th November ( sold ) was based on the technical problem Biff had SIGNIFICANTLY breaching £3.00 . The pull back was an excellent point of entry , Peel Hunt jumping on the bandwagon now easy with hindsight PEEL ! STAVROS
04/3/2020
09:53
18bt: I see Peel Hunt have raised their price target to 286 this morning, just to keep it up with events then ....
19/2/2020
06:17
brummy_git: All the latest waste industry valuation multiples and KPIs can be downloaded from here, including BIFF https://twitter.com/CapitalPmh/status/1229395327352025088
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