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27.07.2020, 19:00

Atalian Servest Awards Scottish Waste Management Contract

Cleaning & Waste Management, Contract Awards, Energy, Water & Waste, Service Provider News, United Kingdom
Atalian Servest has selected NWH Group to provide integrated trade waste, skip collection, confidential shredding, and specialist waste services at sites in Scotland following a competitive tender.


The NWH Group is a second-generation family business headquartered in Midlothian and serves the whole of Scotland and Newcastle from ten locations. Delivering waste services on behalf of Atalian Servest throughout Scotland, NWH is already live with Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh and Forth Valley College campuses in Falkirk, Stirling and Alloa.

 

Jamie Campbell, Head of Service and Account Management, says: "We are delighted to be supporting Atalian Servest to deliver consultative, bespoke solutions for each of its customers.

 

Our ability to provide such wide geographical coverage with our own fleet, combined with our advanced reporting capabilities, will undoubtedly deliver significant benefits to customers in terms of efficiency, customer service and improved environmental credentials.

 

"To fulfil the requirements of the contract, we have already made a significant investment in assets and planning to ensure we continue to deliver impeccable customer service across the business."

 

Delivering waste services on behalf of Atalian Servest throughout Scotland, NWH is already live with Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh and Forth Valley College campuses in Falkirk, Stirling and Alloa.

 

Andy Clements, Soft Services Operations Manager – Technical at Atalian Servest, adds: "In our aim to deliver environmentally friendly, safe and efficient waste management services for our customers, we have partnered with NWH Group with the confidence that the team shares our vision, and will handle waste efficiently and cost-effectively in a way that is environmentally responsible."

 

 

 

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