Recycling Lives' welfare programmes earn new Speedy contract

Written by: Jo Gallacher | Published:
Recycling Lives senior commercial manager Anthony Sharkey with Speedy HSSEQ director Steve Giblin

Lancashire based waste management and recycling company Recycling Lives has been given a new contract with tools, plant and specialist hire equipment company Speedy.

The 12 month contract will see Recycling Lives assumes control of Speedy's 200 plus locations.

It was secured thanks to Recycling Lives's strong focus on social improvement projects which are supported by its commercial projects.

Last year, its various welfare programmes which address issues impacting marginalised people such as homelessness and food poverty, returned more than £4m of tangible social value.

Recycling Lives senior commercial manager Anthony Sharkey said: "Speedy is renowned for its values, commitment to innovation and ‘challenging the norm’. This is in the DNA of Recycling Lives, which makes for a great partnership.

"Recycling Lives operate to a simple principle, the more we grow the more people we help. Securing Speedy’s waste contract, and reuse opportunities, will enable us to increase the participation of our social welfare programs and change more lives as a direct result.”

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