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Textile recycler turns 20

Family-run textile recycling company Lawrence M Barry (LMB) celebrated its 20th anniversary with a celebration on the Thames last Friday.

Guests enjoyed drinks on the deck

Guests on the afternoon cruise were treated to drinks and lunch as well as a brief presentation on 'Responding to family values in the waste sector' by Hyder Consulting head of waste management Professor Adam Read.

LMB founder Lawrence Barry said: "It's great seeing so many familiar faces from the past and present all here to help celebrate LMB - 20 years in the business. Without the help of all the people here today I am sure LMB wouldn't be the exciting company it now is. Let's hope we can continue working together for the next 20 years."
In its lifespan the business has grown from a three-person operation to one that has four sites, employs over 170 staff, and has export partners around the world.

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