Liverpool Science Park have a long-standing partnership with B&M Waste Services, working together to develop innovative waste reduction and recycling initiatives, including aiding with buy-in of the 70 companies and 600+ tenants across all Liverpool sites.
Liverpool Science Park provides high-quality office and laboratory space within Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter. It is home to like-minded and forward thinking businesses and scientists, and features a gateway policy to ensure that everyone who joins is able to add something extra to the already impressive community.
Sustainability is crucial at Liverpool Science Park due to the sheer volume of companies on site, and this is demonstrated by Liverpool Science Park’s long-term commitment to B&M Waste.
B&M Waste Services have worked with Liverpool Science Park for over 4 years, and during that time they have forged a strong partnership based on sustainability and efficient waste management. Liverpool Science Park say that they have received exceptional service from B&M Waste during the past 4 years, and that they’re always on the end of the phone if ever needed.
Operations co-ordinator at Liverpool Science Park, Claire Smith, echoed these sentiments by saying; “One of the major improvements we’ve experienced since being with B&M is the awareness and knowledge we’ve developed about waste and recycling throughout. They are very transparent and have helped us to understand how our waste is disposed of, which we have been able to pass on to our tenants to increase the awareness even more”.
Thomas Aspinall, Area Sales Manager at B&M Waste Services commented; “It’s always refreshing to work with businesses like Liverpool Science Park who are committed to doing the right thing environmentally, and in line with their tenants requirements. We will be holding our next tenant briefing session shortly which will include suggestions for simple switches they can consider to further reduce the volume of waste produced. Congratulations to the Operations team
To understand fully the waste recycling strategy in place at Liverpool Science Park, check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWRfvrv8eaI