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Enva appointed for recycling contract for LSH Auto

Enva, a provider of recycling and specialist resource recovery solutions in the UK and Ireland, has been appointed by LSH Auto, a member of the Lei Shing Hong Group and the operator of Mercedes-Benz dealerships across the Midlands and North West, to provide hazardous and trade waste management services across their eight sites, including its flagship site in Stockport.

Enva has been the sole supplier for hazardous workshop waste management services across the LSH Auto estate but under this expanded arrangement, Enva will now manage and coordinate the trade waste disposal requirements as well.

Enva’s National Sales Director, Trevor Lawlor, said: “As soon as we became aware of the potential to add value, streamline and update operational waste management activities whilst also increasing the recycling footprint for this group, we were determined to be the partner of choice for LSH Auto. We believe that we can make a difference and be considered as a valued supplier over the term of this engagement. We look forward to working with the sites on several different elements of considered waste management.”

Enva’s provision to the automotive sector is already extensive and enables waste to be recycled into new products – either as secondary materials in manufacturing or they are reused in sustainable energy generation. Annually, this equates to 1.2 million tonnes of raw materials recovered from waste and saves 308,000 tonnes in CO2 emissions. This is equivalent to offsetting over 96,860 tonnes of fossil fuels or approximately 743,044 barrels of oil – that’s around half of the oil consumed on an average day across the whole of the UK.

Martyn Webb, Managing Director of LSH Auto, said: “We are dedicated to providing a friendly, knowledgeable and expert service with an unwavering commitment to our customers and recognise the same in Enva. We chose Enva for their experience in the sector which will further reduce our environmental impact through recovering and reusing the waste we produce.”  

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