Last month, Kenny Waste Management launched Driving Change, our social enterprise programme. We’ve actually been running the scheme since late 2017; however, now we’re launching Driving Change as a stand-alone social enterprise.
We’re delighted to announce an exciting new partnership between Kenny Waste Management and the Woodland Trust. Our Technical Director and Driving Change leader, Paul Eagleton, met with Chris Waterfield from the Woodland Trust earlier this month. They’ve come up with partnership plans which benefit the charity and a local community – while offsetting carbon emissions.
When Redrow Homes asked for our help for a community project they were supporting, we were only to pleased to get involved.
Join us in congratulating Kenny Waste Management team member Lauren Ball on achieving a highly-regarded transport qualification. Lauren joined us as our Safety, Health & Environmental and Transport Manager in 2017, and she’s been working with Accrington-based Specialist Training since March 2018 to gain her certificate.
Everyone deserves a chance to succeed – and that’s why last year, Kenny Waste Management launched its social enterprise programme, Driving Change.