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Countrystyle voted best Wood Recycling Business at LetsRecycle’s Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management Awards

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Countrystyle voted best Wood Recycling Business at LetsRecycle’s Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management Awards

Countrystyle is thrilled to announce that it was voted the best Wood Recycling Business of the Year 2019 at the LetsRecycle Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management which took place on 9th May 2019 at the luxurious, five-star Landmark Hotel in London. This prestigious award recognises work undertaken by a wood recycling business operating in the UK who has shown a consistent service to its customers.

The category, sponsored by Fireward fire suppression systems, required evidence of recycling levels achieved and indications that customers are well-cared for in terms of service delivery, reporting and follow-up of concerns. Commenting on the award, Compliance Director, Stuart Butler-Gallie said: “Countrystyle has worked tirelessly to ensure that its wood recycling business sets a high standard of compliance within the industry and delivers a quality product and solution-driven service to its customers. We are absolutely delighted that we have been recognised for our hard work and investment”.

Managing Director Chris Howard added: “it has been a team effort across many departments within the Company and we are thrilled with the result. Countrystyle takes great steps to ensure that its services, products and operations are delivered to the highest quality standard.  We offer our congratulations to the other winners at the awards and to all the shortlisted finalists”.

The awards, now in its 16th year, were hosted by MasterChef presenter, Gregg Wallace who highlighted the importance of the waste industry and the work undertaken. This year’s expert judging panel was: Jacob Hayler, executive director, Environmental Services Association; Carole Taylor, chair of LARAC; Julia Turner, executive director, Wood Recyclers Association; Robbie Warden, chair of the Resource Association; and Steve Eminton, editor of letsrecycle.com.