Wednesday, 6 April 2011

EMERGE Relaunches!

EMERGE was proud to announce a re-launch of our recycling and waste management services for businesses in Greater Manchester. Having reviewed our services and undertaken market research to clarify client requirements, the East Manchester based social enterprise can confidently offer a suitably wide menu of competitively priced options to meet the needs of the majority – from big to small, simple or complex. EMERGE can also provide collections of residual (general) or food waste as well as offering a wide range of bins to suit any customer.

“Added value” help to meeting Corporate Social Responsibility objectives is also available through EMERGE’s latest educational initiative: Zero Waste Champions. The aim is to recruit visionary individuals from all walks of life including businesses, who seek to lead sustainable lifestyles and help others do the same.

Our official re-launch took place on 25th March during Climate Week alongside an EMERGE Group exhibition showcasing all our work and shining the spotlight on the need to save our resources.
Examples of EMERGE’s re-branded vehicles were unveiled on Albert Square by Cllr. Jim Battle Deputy Leader Manchester City Council, John Walker, Chairman Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Peter Davys National Councillor for the FSB North West who is also MD of Orrest Business Solutions. It was all thanks to Peter that the EMERGE fleet was transformed, due to his connections with HMG Paints. Stephen Crossman and Paddy Dyson represented HMG.

EMERGE Recycling

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