It is with great regret that we are writing with the sad news of the passing of our special colleague Peter William Breeze.
Peter truly was one of the kindest most caring and most humble human beings you could ever wish to meet. Peters commitment, hard work and dedication to his job made him unique, Peter really was the perfect employee.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Peters family at this very sad time. We have included some tributes below from some of our staff members who had the …
TOTAL RECYCLING SERVICES is celebrating further success with significant growth and creation of jobs in its newly established industrial cleaning services division.
Alex Foreman, managing director said: “Total Recycling Services started as a waste company but we had so many requests from businesses to help them with their industrial cleaning, that we added the new division and created 3 new jobs.
Our region has always had a strong petrochemical heritage but we're now seeing a rise in …
Total Recycling Services is planning for a busy summer, celebrating its recent successful quality audit and working towards its £30m turnover target.
The company has set itself an ambitious target of £30m within the next five years, part of which is putting in place and maintaining key quality management systems throughout the business.
Total Recycling Services was recently commended during its audit for ISO 9001 in quality management systems, 14001 in environmental …
Opinion: Alex Foreman, Managing Director of Total Recycling Services, comments on the change in the recycling industry since the Brexit vote and looks to what it could potentially mean for his business and clients in the future.
The initial vote was a bit of a shock for everyone in the business, we weren’t expecting the result to leave and in the beginning my initial worry was that the business would suffer because of the decision.
At Total Recycling we look after a …
TOTAL RECYCLING SERVICES is preparing to take centre stage in next week’s Northern Echo business interview.
Our Managing Director Alex Foreman will be the subject of the big Meet the Boss article after being interviewed by Business Editor Steven Hugill about the growth of the business and our wealth of experience in the commercial, hazardous and industrial waste sectors.
The article is due to go to press on March 6 and has been facilitated by Total Recycling’s media partner …
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) have recently called for a national debate to set realistic recycling targets for 2025 to provide a framework for the resources sector post Brexit.
The call for new recycling targets is detailed in a briefing paper published by the EIC on the implications of brexit for waste regulations entitled “Brexit: Implications for Waste and Resources Legislation." The paper was produced by the EIC with support from law firm B P Collins LLP who pay …
The computing equipment supplier Dell is soon to launch a pilot which will see plastics diverted from the ocean to be used in packaging for its XPS 13 2-in-1 convertible laptop range. From April 30th the XPS 13 2-in-1 will come with ocean recycled plastics.
The programme will prevent over 7 tonnes of plastic from entering the ocean in 2017 and Dell will provide educational information on the packaging to help raise awareness on ocean eco-system health solutions. The packaging will also be …
A recent press release from the Environment Agency warns landowners to be particularly careful after a significant illegal waste site was identified as residing on private land. The site contained more than 600 bales of general household waste that had been dumped on the premies of a former foundry in Tow Law, County Durham.
The discovery was made on the 10th February and is the latest in a recent spate of illegal waste dumping across the region. The Environment Agency currently have 3 …
A recent exercise by the Environment Agency to tackle environmental pollution resulted in identification of an Environmental pollution violation, a potential illegal waste site and a business that was illegally burning cardboard.
The visits took place on the Swan Industrial Estates and NEP Business Park in Tyne & Wear. Officers from the EA inspected waste transfer notes, looked at drainage and the storage of waste materials and oils.
Environment Agency officer Katherine Dowling led the …
Up to 30 charities and community projects are set to receive payments from UK companies who have broken environmental laws. The money will be spent on projects that will have a positive impact on the environment including river cleaning, native species restocking and investment in parkland.
A total of 26 Enforcement Undertakings from the EA appear on a list detailing agreed payments ranging from £1500 - £375,000 with 6 companies agreeing to pay 6 figure amounts.