Ecoserv Group is launching a managed service to help customers meet their waste and recycling commitments.
The multi-discipline facilities management company has partnered with GPT Waste, a leading independent provider of waste management solutions across the UK to deliver a highly compliant and monitored waste management solution that it says will complement its existing cleaning, maintenance and sustainability offering.
As part of the launch, Ecoserv will be offering a no obligation review to new and existing customers that will identify any business-critical issues and areas of non-compliance, as well as pinpoint opportunities to both reduce waste and save money. This will enable the company to develop client-specific solutions, which prioritise waste prevention, followed by re-use, recycling, recovery and finally disposal. The process will also include an appropriate audit trail and data capture to ensure waste is being handled correctly.
GPT Waste works with a network of service providers nationwide, providing a fully compliant offering, while delivering client-specific focused efficiencies. It offers the most up-to-date methods of recycling and recovery, ensuring the most appropriate technical, environmental and economic method of treatment is applied.
Mike Callaghan. Business Development Director at GPT Waste commented: “Waste is a cost to a business that if not managed correctly can be very expensive. It also must be managed legally, so all things considered, there are clear benefits of having a monitored waste management solution working seamlessly alongside a cleaning operation. This integrated approach makes it possible to actively manage waste streams in a compliant and efficient manner to help save money and improve service delivery.”
Jean-Henri Beukes, CEO of Ecoserv Group said: “We are already the fastest growing, family-owned provider of sustainable FM solutions in the UK. This latest development is another step in our journey and part of our transformation into a multi-service business, which will be achieved through a combination of strategic acquisitions, partnerships and continued investment in our existing operations.”
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