Council launches recycling videos; INCPEN appoints chairman; ecosurety appoints marketing manager; Waste management firm celebrates 20th year
Council launches recycling videos
Cambridgeshire council has created two videos to help residents use the correct recycling bin for their waste and stop organic material wrongfully going to landfill, after warning they’re becoming stricter on refusing contaminated bins.
The clips also show the journey from waste to compost and the sorting process that recycled material goes through.
INCPEN appoints chairman
The Industry Council for research on Packaging and the Environment (INCPEN) has appointed David Baker, commercial director at RPC Promens Industrial, as its chairman.
Baker (right) replaces Ian Blythe, who is moving to new role within Walgreens Boots Alliance after six years.
INCPEN director Jane Bickerstaffe said: “We have been very fortunate to have Ian’s calm, experienced and measured steer during some challenging times and we are confident that David will lead us with just as much vigour.”
ecosurety appoints marketing manager
Resource efficiency firm ecosurety has appointed Stéphanie Housty as its marketing manager.
Housty (left) will concentrate on building a marcoms team to execute campaigns across existing and new markets.
The company already has one full-time marketing communications specialist.
Waste management firm celebrates 20th year
Waste management company TJ (above) is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
The Hampshire business employs 200 people, with 145 mixed-use trucks and 3,000 commercial clients, from blue-chip companies to sole traders.