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A fond farewell to managing director James Potten

Staff at ecosurety bade a fond farewell to Managing Director James Potten, who has decided to leave after 12 years.

Mr Potten, who intends to pursue a long-standing passion for technology, worked with founder Steve Clark to build ecosurety into one of the most well-respected and fastest growing resource management specialists in the UK.

He leaves the company fully empowered to help producers anticipate and adapt as the circular economy gains momentum. The company wishes Mr Potten all future success.

Steve Clark, along with ecosurety’s board and existing non-executive directors, will ensure continuity as the organisation looks to double turnover by 2020. The company is embracing an exciting future as it moves towards its goal of influencing over one million tonnes of waste by this date.


Stéphanie Housty

Marketing manager

Stéphanie joined Ecosurety as marketing manager in 2015 after 15 years performing operational and strategical marketing roles in both B2C and B2B global businesses. In addition to shaping and implementing the marketing and communication strategy for Ecosurety, driven by her passion for behaviour change, she has worked on several consumer awareness campaigns which all share a common goal: to encourage citizens to recycle more and better.


Written by Stéphanie Housty Published 01/02/2016 Topics Ecosurety

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