Is your waste vision a shapeshifter? Cawleys features in Edie
WRAP's chief executive Liz Goodwin recently called on the waste sector to lead a shift in attitudes, to consider all waste materials as a resource, viewing their waste management provider as a strategic partner rather than a routine service.
Goodwin is right, communication is at the heart of this, but for this to happen we need to be able to communicate at all levels of the businesses where we work so that we can both educate and facilitate change in the workplace.
When waste management businesses like ours are given the opportunity to work holistically within an organisation, and manage the staff communication as well as the waste management services, much as we have done for clients such as Adelie or Westfield, then the waste sector will be able to deliver the attitude change Goodwin is calling for.
Kate Cawley is business development manager at WasteSolve (Cawley Group)
RECORD FIFTH WIN IN A ROW FOR 'BEST FOOD WASTE RECYCLING'
For the fifth year running we have we scooped the top prize in the Organics Recycling Group (ORG) award scheme, this year for work with the innovative Fresh Olive Company, the UK’s leading supplier of Mediterranean products to retailers, delicatessens, food manufacturers and high end restaurants and cafes. The award is for ‘Best Food Waste Recycling.’