Working together with two of their prestigious food manufacturing customers, Carbon Neutral waste management company B&M Waste Services are this month celebrating recycling successes after being shortlisted as finalists with Renshaw and Kellogg’s for not one, but two prestigious National Recycling Awards.
The National Recycling Awards recognise excellence across the business community in addressing recycling, reuse and waste reduction, and is the most highly coveted award in the sector.
Neil Curtis, MD at B&M Waste Services said, “We are extremely proud to be finalists for both awards, ‘Corporate Recycler of the Year’ with Kellogg’s, and ‘Food Waste Initiative of the Year’ with Renshaw. We are lucky to work hand-in-hand with some highly receptive customers; the recycling initiatives and waste reduction schemes at both of these food-manufacturing experts have been successful due to the commitment of their staff in adapting to the new waste management processes, for which we praise them.”
James Harris of Renshaw said “At JF Renshaw we are proud of our products, people and process’s. Working with B&M we have established a relationship that is striving daily to continue the growth in Environmental management and sustainability through reducing, reusing and recycling of products and waste. We are extremely proud to be jointly nominated for the award of ‘ food waste initiative of the year’ as this is a great achievement for both JF Renshaw and B&M Waste Services and through employee and business commitment will continue to develop and establish new initiatives.”
Paul Davies, Manchester Plant Logistics Manager for Kellogg’s, added: “We are very pleased to make the finals of the National Recycling Awards and proud to be in the running for the prestigious ‘Corporate Recycler of the Year’ award.
“At Kellogg’s we are passionate about being front runners in waste reduction and recycling, and our staff are committed to ensuring we can sustain this throughout our waste management processes, always looking at ways to improve and better our systems. We have our fingers crossed for June when the results are announced.”
Neil continued, “As a Carbon Neutral business, we encourage waste reduction and recycling across our customer base, and offer bespoke solutions for each individual scenario. We always strive to divert residual waste from landfill where possible, and are now keeping our fingers
crossed for a win at the glittering awards ceremony in June!”
B&M work with businesses across the UK and offer a free waste audit to new customers looking to improve waste management efficiencies, which not only has a positive impact on the environment, but can also prove cost-effective for their customers.