Trio of appointments at Bristol-based Waste Source

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waste-source-new-appointmentsFast-growing waste brokerage firm Waste Source has brought in Ollie McGeorge as New Business Prospector; and Ellie Brown James Bibby as Business Development Executives.

Ollie, who originally comes from Cornwall, is a rugby and football fan; and avid supporter of Bristol City FC.

He previously studied Business Management at UWE Bristol and will use his business skills to help grow Waste Source’s national customer base, particularly in the hospitality and food and drink sector.

Ellie is a self-confessed eco-warrior from Glastonbury who has spent the last nine months volunteering with the charities Forrest School UK and Elephants Africa.

She has a degree in Zoology and Conservation. James Bibby was previously a project manager for a large chartered surveyor. He has a degree in Law and lived in Barbados for ten years, where he also worked for a concrete plant. James is also a trained scuba diving instructor.

Waste Source, which is based at the Tobacco Factory in Bedminster is projected to hit a record turnover of £2.4m by its financial year end in November; and recently moved to new offices.

The three new appointments bring Waste Source’s total number of employees to 10, and director Chris Holland has hopes to expand the team further as the company continues its impressive upward trajectory.

Chris comments: “We are actively recruiting to ensure we remain at the cutting edge as we grow, with an aim to become an Investors in People accredited employer. These new appointments; together with our office move and record year show we’re on the right track.”

“Our long-term aspiration is to continue growing the business through offering a first-class service and our latest round of appointments will help us expand and retain our local and national client base.”

 

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