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May 19, 2010

Envirogreen Recycling creates 20 jobs in Co. Armagh

Envirogreen Recycling based in Co. Armagh has created 15 new jobs since incorporation in August this year and with a further five persons to be employed by the company before the end of March this year.
The positions created have been administrative, ICT, manual, driving and managerial. The company attributes its rapid expansion to excellent service delivery to commercial customers throughout the isle of Ireland. Envirogreen Recycling’s Managing Director Conor Guy noted that it’s on-going feedback and support, service delivery combined with top prices paid for recyclables has been a major attraction for clients.

“We have undertaken significant research with companies throughout Ireland and a major finding was the lack of a reliable service for commercial customers from our competitors. Envirogreen Recycling’s hard working and enthusiastic team has ensured customers expectations are met, providing an efficient and reliable collection of waste materials. Our reputation for excellent customer service has grown enormously since our incorporation in August”.

Envirogreen Recycling has also differentiated itself from competitors by setting itself the target of becoming Ireland’s first carbon neutral recycling company by 2011. Mr. Guy stated that Envirogreen Recycling as part of a long term commitment has introduced energy and water saving initiatives at its licensed facility in Co. Armagh, the first of a series of measures. The initiatives undertaken so far have included the installation of energy efficient lightbulbs and sensor lighting along with dual flush toilets. Eric Randall, Director of Bryson Recycling (part of Bryson House Charity group), welcomed the introduction of Envirogreen Recycling as “highly exciting and great to see a company driven by the right ethos”

Envirogreen Recycling already has attracted a number high profile clients including the recent addition of several super valu outlets to add to it’s growing client portfolio.

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