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GPT Waste Celebrate Continuous Growth

01 June 2017

GPT Waste Management, the UKs largest independent provider of waste management solutions, is pleased to announce another year of growth following further contract wins.

GPT Waste ensures that providing sustainable waste services to their clients remains the focal point of their business, therefore they carry out regular assessments to ensure they are meeting targets set by their clients.

Following a strong start to 2016, GPT Waste Management are proud to announce continuous growth through new contract wins and their ever-developing software capabilities which enable their clients to track through their own portal.

A recent internal audit has shown that GPT Waste are currently managing over 550,000 consignments of waste each year.

Tony Baker, Technical Director at GPT Waste Management, said: “During the continuous period of growth for GPT, we have sought and succeeded in delivering beneficial cost and service efficiencies for both our Suppliers and Customers.

"Rationalisation of our approved supplier database has enabled us to develop strategic alliances with the leading UK Waste Management businesses. As a result, GPT’s Customers’ can be assured of receiving the most effective waste collection and processing methods available.”

Guy Cherry, Managing Director of GPT Waste Management, said: “We continue to build relationships that enable us to develop from strength to strength and the last twelve month’s statistics demonstrate this once again.

"We anticipate growth to 750,000 movements per year over the next twelve months whilst continuing to achieve more than 95% landfill diversion nationally”.

He went on to say: “However, this is only half the story as the real benefit lies in the savings we have achieved for our clients by continually reviewing their waste production processes and procedures.

"In some cases, our recommendations and efficiencies have led to a reduction of 50% in their associated costs going straight on to their bottom line. A good story all round”.

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