Partnership sees national launch

Two businesses have banded together with a national expansion plan.

Otley-based waste and recycling management specialist 707 Resource Management has signed a 2.5 million partnership deal with GW Butler Limited, a healthcare waste management company from Bradford.

The agreement sees 707 Resource Management now handling the output of GW Butler's general waste and recycling collections throughout the UK in addition to GW Butler's clinical waste services. Additionally they are providing consultancy and expertise in legislation, online reporting and accurate and precise documentation.

The partnership with has also enabled GW Butler to acquire one of the most technologically advanced waste processing plants in the world in Rainham, Essex.

Graeme Rose, managing director of 707 Resource Management. said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for us to work with such an established and highly regarded business within the industry. I have always known GW Butler as a reliable, efficient and customer-focused business able to provide first class services and I'm confident that this partnership will bring fruitful results to both sides."

Matt Miles, chairman of GW Butler, said: "This was a significant strategic move for our business which has enabled us to pursue broader revenue streams. We are constantly striving to find ways to further enhance our service and our new partnership with 707 Resource Management means that we can now offer clients a truly turn-key waste management solution and be a one-stop shop for services."

Graham Pearce of KPMG

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