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Avoid prosecution and partner with ecosurety

A recycling firm in Scotland has recently been prosecuted and forced to pay £200,000 in fines.

ecosurety partners with some of the leading household names to deliver efficient, cost saving waste and resource management. Unfortunately, these stories reaffirm why there has been such a negative stigma attached to the waste management sector, something ecosurety are working very hard to eradicate.

The hard fact that this is a recycling company that has been prosecuted so heavily shows that there is still real potential for both financial and brand damage if companies align themselves with such partners. This is why we put all of our suppliers though an ongoing 42 point check system to ensure that they are compliant under waste regulations, and they always remain so.

ecosurety develops relationships with clients and suppliers alike, creating a full waste circle that demonstrates the benefits and savings throughout.

To find out how ecosurety can partner with you call: 0845 094 2228.


James Piper

Non-executive director

James Piper is a non-executive director of Ecosurety, having previously taken on the role of CEO for nearly five years when he was now focused on leading the development of new products and services that not only benefited producers, but helped to drive change for good and a positive impact on UK recycling.


Written by James Piper Published 14/04/2014 Topics Compliance

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