We have recruited a new Operations Co-ordinator to assist our expanding waste to fuel division.
Fred Groves joins our team from a background in emergency corporate travel assistance and the medical equipment industry. He will work alongside the existing operations team, providing a first point of contact for hubs and transport companies, and will oversee the day-to-day operation of logistics activity across all of our divisions, including domestic and international movements of RDF, SRF, wood, lead acid batteries, WEEE, plastics and glass.
This new appointment reflects our success in the waste to fuel sector. Working with businesses across the UK, as well as overseas, we enable the conversion of waste to energy, with our growing network of UK refuse derived fuel (RDF) and solid recovered fuel (SRF) outlets, and a wood recycling service that converts wood to biomass fuel.
Managing Director, David Adams, said of the new role: “With our RDF and SRF network expanding, and our successful wood recycling service launched last year, we needed our operations team to support that growth. I am really pleased that Fred has decided to join us at such an exciting time for Clarity, and with his professional manner and track record in customer service, I am sure he will be an asset to our team and fundamental to our future plans.
Fred added: “I am delighted to join an ambitious team that is so customer-focussed, and I am enjoying getting to know our clients and understanding their needs. Clarity has some exciting plans for the continued growth of our waste to fuel services and I look forward to supporting that, as well as providing assistance to both our existing and new clients, and helping to keep their waste streams flowing throughout the year.”
Clarity provides waste to fuel solutions you can trust, facilitating the diversion of waste from landfill to energy from waste plants (EfW). If you are a waste producer or an energy from waste facility, contact us on 0845 129 7177 to hear about our expanding network, and discover how we can help.
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