Clarity is delighted to welcome Burrwood Environmental Services Ltd, one of the latest companies to join our Recycle with Clarity scheme. Set up in 2011, our unique initiative has welcomed sites from all over the UK and it continues to grow. Clarity created Recycle with Clarity in 2011 with an ambition to increase recycling rates for local areas and help reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill or illegally exported. Our national network of WEEE disposal sites offer free alternative recycling solutions to civic amenity sites.
Our latest partner site, Burrwood was established in 1989 by John Bassett, who remains the Managing Director today. The company has grown from its initial success into a secure, family run business with a broad spread of customers across many industries throughout the South East and London area. The company prides itself on its flexibility and the dedicated, friendly approach it gives to each and every customer.
Clarity's Project Manager, Vikkie Fitzgerald, said: "I'm delighted that Burrwood has chosen to become part of our network of recycling sites. With its vast experience and years in the sector, and likeminded approach to customer service, Burrwood is the perfect partner for our initiative."
Sean Bassett, Operations Director at Burrwood said: "We offer complete customer satisfaction with all the qualities, standards and commitment you would expect from a much larger organisation. We aim to continue building our business and reputation further. Joining the Recycle with Clarity initiative allows us to develop the WEEE collection side of what we do, expanding our service to both new and existing customers."
For more information on Burrwood, go to: http://www.burrwood.co.uk. If you are interested in joining Clarity's network of sites, contact Vikkie Fitzgerald, Project Manager, on 01273 929212 or email: email@example.com.
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