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Yorkshire duo combine to fight raising FM waste management cost

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Yorkshire duo combine to fight raising FM waste management cost

Gavin Nicholls

The synergy between integrated waste management and Facilities Management in Yorkshire just got a whole lot better with the announcement this month that AWM Leeds have agreed a partnership with Huddersfield facilities management firm Core Facility Services.
By joined forces in a major deal to protect the region’s businesses from the impact of rising costs in the waste industry.

The companies say the move will deliver greater budget and service certainty for Core’s clients.
This is a deal that has been designed to deliver much greater sustainability, supporting AWM’s commitment to waste to energy through Combined Heat and Power Plants, which last year generated enough energy to power more than 30,000 homes and businesses throughout the UK.
Tim Shapcott, UK commercial director representing AWM, said: “As part of the Beauparc Utility Group, AWM is a significant player in the waste industry operating our own fleet of vehicles and employing 360 staff across five sites and processing more than 600,000 tonnes of waste per annum.
“This deal will make it even easier for Core to guarantee value for money and service excellence to its customers across waste management and environmental compliance.”
Justin Holley, of Core Facility Services, said: “Yorkshire businesses depend on us to take care of their waste management and compliance reporting in the most cost-effective and streamlined way possible, but we have been frustrated by increasing price and service volatility from some suppliers.
“By developing a close partnership with AWM we can offer our clients more stable pricing and a far higher level of reliability whilst strengthening our relationship with a fantastic local business.”

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