HGV driver training programme going from strength to strength
Fresh Start Waste commenced their HGV driver training programme late in 2021 as part of their continued commitment to staff training and development, as well as addressing the nationwide shortage of qualified HGV drivers. Now, just four months on, their first two trainees have qualified as fully-fledged and qualified HGV drivers, with another member of staff likely to pass during the coming weeks.
Expansion into new facilities for Fresh Start Waste
Due to their ongoing expansion, Fresh Start have recently invested in additional state of the art premises where their Customer Service, Transport and Finance teams are now located.
Fresh new website makes business waste management across the Northwest simple
Carbon Conscious, Fresh Start Waste Services have this month launched a brand-new look website reflecting their desire to make things simple for their business waste customers.
Fresh Start Waste announces partnership with Too Good Too Go
Fresh Start Waste Services has announced a new partnership with the world’s largest surplus food app, Too Good To Go, to help its customers tackle food waste. "Fresh Start is one of the most widely used collectors in the hospitality sector, and together with Too Good To Go our mutual goals offer tremendous synergies. We are excited to see what we can achieve together, and we are “Ready To Fight Food Waste”
Fresh Start Waste address national HGV driver shortage with fully funded driver training programme
Business waste and recycling collector of choice Fresh Start Waste have continued their commitment to staff in training and development through the introduction of a fully funded driver training programme for employees wanting to progress their career by obtaining their HGV driving licence.
Fresh Start Waste donate over £2000 to Hospitality Action
Hospitality waste and recycling collector of choice Fresh Start Waste have made a generous donation of over £2000 to national industry charity, Hospitality Action as part of their ongoing programme of support for the charity. "We wanted to support Hospitality Action who have helped thousands of families put food on the table and keep a roof over their heads during this difficult period."
Fresh Start Waste support Derian House hospice by starting Christmas early
Family-run waste management company Fresh Start are once again doing their bit to support local causes as well as continuing to celebrate the family-friendly ethos they have become synonymous with, after raising £400 for Derian House Children’s Hospice. "Our staff wanted to do something fun and worthwhile in the spirit of Christmas and Derian House is a charity we are proud to support."
So that was 2021!
We are delighted that we could continue our mission to reduce the impact of waste on the environment, support our local communities and look after our staff and customers in what has been another turbulent year. As a carbon conscious company, we are constantly innovating to minimise the environmental impact of our customer’s waste and our operations to achieve a sustainable waste management solution, through waste reduction, reuse and recycling.
Can you recycle yoghurt pots?
Dairy UK says over three quarters of adults in the country eat yoghurt. More than half of those do so at least twice a week, which amounts to a lot of plastic pots. But can you recycle them? The answer isn’t straightforward. All plastics, in theory, are recyclable, but it is not always technically or economically viable.
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