The latest in a series of Wirral Chamber of Commerce sector meetings has taken place when Bromborough based B&M Waste Services hosted the Energy and Environment Forum.
Attended by 30 delegates from Blackburn, Salford, Warrington, London, together with Wirral and Liverpool, it comprised a range of environmentally interested businesses, local authority officers and universities. All took part in presentations and discussion about a range of topics, which included the circular economy, recycling & reuse, landfill, re-manufacture, and end-of-life solar panels.
The forum was the first event at to be held at B&M Waste Services newly opened Milner House site, at which the Wirral Chamber Patron took time to showcase its innovative work and R&D facilities.
Led by the Sector Forum Chair, Tom Kelly of Inteb MS, key presentations were made by Carl Beer, CEO at Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority, Jayne Kennedy, B&M Waste Services Marketing Manager, and Sector Vice-Chair, Jonathan Quinn of Blockwalls.
Tom Kelly was delighted with the impact of the event, he said “It was excellent to gather so many key people together within this sector, and I can see that as this cluster develops we are moving forward in creating new links, contacts and discussion areas which are key to looking at how we continue the direction and effectiveness of environmental and energy.”
This view was echoed by Vice-Chair, Jonathan Quinn, who said, “The Milner House venue at B&M Waste Services was ideal in holding an important event within a dedicated environment, a location beneficial to the respective delegates and organisations concerned. We have made some very positive links in arranging visits in the near future which we feel will only add greater value to developing this group.”
With its head office in Wirral and over 200 employees, B&M Waste Services provides innovative waste management solutions across the UK from London, Birmingham, Glasgow and Edinburgh to Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Newcastle. It also offers secure shredding services and hazardous waste disposal.
At the forum Jayne Kennedy of B&M Waste Services, showcased its range of services, company growth and ethos on change, she said, “It’s fantastic to showcase what we do in front of such a passionate business audience, all of whom keen to learn about the waste hierarchy, reducing, reusing and recovering energy from their business waste. Demonstrating the waste journey and the very latest innovations businesses can adopt when using us went down really well, and we look forward to welcoming further businesses to the Milner House Tour."
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