Through growth in demand, St Martin’s Medical Centre has moved to a beautiful new building on Chapeltown Road in Leeds and following the official opening earlier this year, expect to care for many patients from the surrounding area, offering healthcare, pharmaceutical and optical services.
MGI Facilities Management manage a wide range of buildings including large office buildings, small commercial units, dental surgeries, laboratories and multi-use buildings as well as St Martin’s Medical Centre.
B&M Waste Services provide recycling and waste management solutions to other MGI FM-managed sites across the Leeds and West Yorkshire region, to provide their tenants with a hassle free and Carbon Neutral waste management solution.
As part of B&M Waste’s ethos for delivering bespoke solutions to recycling related problems, the B&M team have worked together with MGI FM and their tenants at the St Martin’s House property, to commence both general waste and paper and card collections, as well as a clinical waste service.
Diverting 100% of waste from landfill, B&M Waste encourage segregation of recyclable waste at source and items which cannot be recycled become refuse derives fuel which is processed at a combined heat and power station to generate green energy, which avoids the waste being sent to landfill.
Edward Wick, Head of Facilities for MGI FM commented “A single point of contact, great rates and a smooth move to B&M Waste at St Martin’s is a breath of fresh air. We work with them on a number of sites as they get the job done, and being Carbon Neutral means we’re doing the right thing from an environmental point of view.”
Dan Fenoughty, Account Manager for St Martin’s said “It’s fantastic new premises at St Martin’s and working with the tenants has been made easy due to the great working relationship we have with Edward. We encourage other healthcare practices to consider their waste, both clinical and recycling, as it’s often something which we can assist in lowering the cost of, whilst introducing recycling and landfill diversion at the same time.”