We were delighted to support Eurovoirie at Pollutec, France in December 15, helping to demonstrate Eurovoirie’s new embedded telematics system Eurovoirie Conect .
This system helps Eurovoirie reduce their vehicle downtime with live vehicle diagnostics. It also enables their customers to switch on services, such as tracking, driver behaviour management and rounds management, without any upfront costs.
This exciting CIWM supported event will be held at Wroxall Abbey only 12 miles from the NEC. Click here for more details.
This event will help both local authority and private operators fully understand the benefits of the very latest vehicles and technologies.
There will be seminars and masterclasses covering topics such as reducing costs, vehicle and driver compliance and increasing operational efficiency. Run in conjunction is an exhibition of best in class waste sector suppliers,
We’re very pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted for a Chartered Institute of Waste Management Award. These well-respected awards are given for outstanding achievements in the sustainability, resource and waste industry.
We are finalists in the HAKO Machines Best Innovation in Vehicle, Plant and Equipment category for our embedded HGV telematics system that is reducing fuel consumption, cutting C02 emissions and extending the lifespan of commercial vehicles across the UK and Europe.
Our MD, Jason Airey, pictured holding OWL bag, draws the winner of the RWM wine tasting competition with Barry Dennis of RWM and our partners at Hako, Johnston Sweepers and Spillard Safety Systems.
Congratulations to winner David Tranter from Serco. David wins a £1000 holiday voucher.
We are absolutely delighted to have been awarded the Investors in People standard and to have passed with flying colurs! We are especially pleased that our approach to staff development, inspiration and communication were highlighted by assessors as our key strengths.
Investors in People is the UK’s leading accreditation for business improvement through people management.
MD, Jason Airey, said: “Our staff are our most valuable asset and its down to their knowledge and expertise of our products that they provide such an excellent service to our customers.
Isn’t Westie lovely! We’re helping the West Swindon Family Centre to raise money to help them support vulnerable children and families.
Their mascot, Westie, loves to go on adventures and meet lots of new people, particularly from local business and is spending time at CMS over the next two weeks. He is on a mission to raise awareness of the charity and the work they do to support vulnerable children and families. If possible,
Those working within the waste industry will be well aware that this year’s RWM exhibition is being held on 13-15 September 2016 at the NEC in Birmingham.
With over 500 exhibitors and sponsors and 150 speakers this key industry event brings those in the waste sector together and is the perfect event for anyone responsible for resource and waste management for their organisation.
We will be on stand 5Y-130 and this year we’ll be having a bit of fun with some wine tasting,