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Cheltenham based business is shortlisted for the National Recycling Awards

PUBLISHED: 11:21 25 March 2014 | UPDATED: 11:22 25 March 2014

Tewkesbury-based Printwaste Recycling & Shredding has been shortlisted as a finalist for the National Recycling Awards 2014, in the Resource Management Business of the Year category.

Printwaste Director, Don Robins said “We are absolutely thrilled to be confirmed as a finalist for the Resource Management Business of the Year 2014 award. The business is growing from strength to strength and our entry showed how successful we have been. I am so happy that the judges were impressed enough to shortlist Printwaste as a finalist for the award. It will be fantastic if we win the award but being a finalist is amazing in itself.” Due to a high level of entries, judging took a week longer than expected, which makes this news even sweeter for the company. The prestigious awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday 3rd July at the London Hilton on Park Lane, London.

Printwaste Recycling & Shredding is a total recycling and waste management solution provider based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire employing 52 staff over three sites. The company offers a broad range of specialist confidential data destruction, waste management and recycling services for businesses of all sizes. Printwaste has a local, regional and national capability with bespoke services tailored to customer requirements for the collection of all waste materials. The company can provide convenient collections direct from office areas at a frequency to suit the client. In addition, office colour-matched recycling bins and confidential consoles can be supplied together with staff training on how to attain best value recycling. If it can be recycled, Printwaste have a solution. All material collected by Printwaste follows a route of “Best Recycling Practice” which ensures that the material is processed into new product which can then be recycled once more.

With the aim of achieving zero waste to landfill, Printwaste provide a wide range of recycling and secure shredding management solutions to more than 2,000 customers across all business sectors, from Government and local authorities, health, financial, academic and legal organisations to commercial and industrial firms of all sizes.

www.printwaste.co.uk

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