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B&M Waste acquires Walsall waste management firm

B&M Waste Services continues its expansion in the West Midlands with the acquisition of waste management company Ian Wilcox Recycling.

This is the second acquisition in the West Midlands area for the carbon neutral waste management business, following its acquisition of AWS Recycling’s trade rounds last summer.

The three members of staff within Ian Wilcox Recycling have transferred to B&M Waste and are now part of the larger team of 30 staff in the depot.

Speaking about the acquisition, Ian Wilcox, owner of Ian Wilcox Recycling said: “Having an ethos of customer service ourselves we felt a natural home for our customers and staff would be in the B&M Waste family. We are impressed by the new weighing vehicles B&M Waste have invested in ready for the planned July 2020 city vehicle emission limits.”

Mick Ashall, Director at B&M Waste Services added: “This acquisition further strengthens our capabilities in the West Midlands, which we’re immensely proud of. We look forward to working with our new customers building on the separate food, cardboard, glass, general waste and secure shredding collection services.”

B&M Waste works with businesses in Birmingham, Coventry, Walsall, Dudley and Wolverhampton.

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