The British Metals Recycling Association has moved headquarters and unveiled a new logo designed with a nod to the association’s support for circular economy principles.
The organisation says its new HQ in Huntington in Cambridgeshire is better located for the national road network while also still being a short hop away from policy-makers and business leaders in London.
The new circular logo illustrates the BMRA’s support for closed loop principles and the association has also expanded its team to better represent its members.
Antonia Grey, whose background is in the pharmaceutical industry, takes on a newly created communications role and Sam Pentony, who has extensive legal experience, joins as policy executive.
Director general Ian Hetherington said: “The BMRA represents more than 300 members who together process more than 13 million tonnes - over 95% of the metal recycled in the UK.
“By having one voice through the BMRA, our members can have a significant impact on policy-making both at home and in Europe.
“Expanding the team will allow us to harness this power while enabling us to better meet the growing needs of our members in the face of the current challenging times.”