The Curtis family, the driving force behind B&M Waste Services, were recently asked to feature on BBC North West tonight with well-known correspondent Roger Johnson.
As part of a series about North West based family businesses which also included English Lakes Hotels and Seven Bro7hers Brewery, the BBC visited our head office in Bromborough. The piece gave an overview of the business, from its origination in 1954 to the present day.
Speaking of the programme, Ken Curtis, Chairman of B&M Waste Services said;
“It was an honour to be asked to feature on the BBC with my sons to talk about the business we have built. Watching the coverage filled me with pride for all that has been achieved, but none of that would be possible without the many brilliant people we have within the company, past and present, who are all a part of our extended family. As a family, we are in a privileged position to be able to help our charity partners in our local communities while supporting our customers to treat their waste in the most sustainable way.”