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Landmark Environmental: Finalists In The Love Energy Awards 2015

21st of August, 2019

Landmark Environmental have been members of the Furness Waste Consortium since 2013 and we are delighted to hear that they are finalists in the Love Energy Awards 2015. They are up against strong competition in the Super Saver category but Steven Miles, MD of Landmark Environmental said it is an honour to have got so far. Love Energy Savings are price comparison specialists and are on a mission... Read More

Big Clean 2015

21st of August, 2019

Once again, members of the Furness Waste Consortium are involved in The Big Clean to clean up the streets and beaches in the area. This follows the success that members of the FWC achieved in 2014 when they scooped an environmental award for their efforts. Watch this space to see how the Big Clean benefits the local environment this year.... Read More

FWC Members Scoops Environmental Award

21st of August, 2019

We are delighted to announce that John Watson from Centrica,and Ewan Scott from Furness College, both members of the Furness Waste Consortium, won the Environmental Award at the Love Barrow Community Awards 2015, held on the 6th March. Well done to everyone who participated in the Beach Cleans at Walney Nature Reserve that helped achieve this award. Thanks to John and Ewan's passion for the... Read More

Bandages and spectacle donations helping South Lakes Wildlife Park project in Niger

21st of August, 2019

On Wednesday 14Th November 2012, John Watson (Centrica) and Samantha Ward (South Lakes Wild Animal Park) gave a presentation about the ongoing collection of bandages and spectacles to a social gathering of the Cumbria British Red Cross. John talked about the origins of the collection which started with Centrica colleagues in Windsor who whilst on holiday had visited the Animal Care in Egypt (... Read More

Glaxo ends sending waste to landfill a year early

20th of August, 2019

The site, which produces active pharmaceutical ingredients for antibiotics, sent 168 tonnes of waste to landfill in 2011 and had originally planned to end sending waste to landfill by 2014. However, 300 GSK staff and contractors worked with Veolia Environmental Services to reuse, recycle and reduce all of the site's landfill waste in consultation the Furness Waste Consortium - a group of local ... Read More

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