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Exciting opportunity for a highly experienced waste management professional to work for a growing waste management and recycling company LOCATION You will be based in or relocating to the following area: Birmingham, Coventry, Rugby, Northampton, Leamington Spa, Kettering, Milton Keynes, Wellingborough, Banbury ROLE The Operations Director will be responsible for delivery of operational performance. You will: – Manage the company’s...
Red Kite Waste
East Midlands, West Midlands
£57,000 - £62,000 & Benefits
19 December 2017
Resource and waste management training from the industry’s chartered body As the professional body for the sector, CIWM has over 30 years’ experience in developing and delivering sustainability, resource and waste management courses for organisations and individuals across the UK and internationally. Whether you’re looking for individual training courses, in-company and bespoke packages, or e-learning options, CIWM provides engaging, high-quality...
7-9 St Peter’s Gardens
09 December 2017
Details: The site is part of a five-year restoration project of the Marches Mosses in northwest Shropshire. A small visitor facility is proposed for one of the study area’s landholdings, the site of a former car breaker’s yard (Furbers) at SY13 2RT.The site has been cleared of vehicles but buildings, scrap and tyres remain. Prior to redevelopment the site has...
Shropshire Wildlife Trust
Former Furbers car breaker’s yard
13 January 2018