Bryson Blog

    • UK Private Business Awards - Bryson Recycling shortlisted

      John McMullan, Bryson CEO was recently interviewed as one of three Northern Ireland organisations and two individuals who have made the shortlist for the eighth annual UK Private Business Awards. In a new series of blogs PwC, find out why they stood out to the judges, and what their thoughts are on their industries and sectors are, now and for the future.

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    • Winter Fuel Payments Ignite Debate

      In the run up to the General Election next week (8th June) Nigel Brady, Director of Bryson Energy reflects on the Conservative Manifesto in relation to the Winter Fuel Payment. The manifesto proposal to means test The Winter Fuel Allowance has ignited debate on whether Northern Ireland’s wealthier pensioners should continue to receive this annual payment of up to £300. The current system of Universal payment means that all those eligible receive the payment, regardless of their income.

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    • Think of it as ‘Rationalisation’

      The Nationalisation Debate - John McMullan, Bryson Group CEO was recently invited to write an opinion piece for the Newsletter on the Nationalisation debate in the run-up to the General Election on the 8th June 2017. This article was printed in the paper on Tuesday 30th May.

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    • Anyone for Pringles?

      Written by Eric Randall, Director of Bryson Recycling. I was delighted to see and hear the issue around packaging being raised in the media recently. As someone who lives and breathes recycling, my colleagues and I get frustrated when we receive materials (such as the Pringles carton) that households have taken the time to recycle but only to find that due to the design it is not possible. It was great to have the team from BBC Radio Ulster visit our site at Mallusk and find out what we do and how we deal with these issues.

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    • The Value in Collaborative Working

      As a social enterprise committed to developing sustainable responses to existing and emerging social needs, we know we can't do this alone. Collaborative working is essential to better understand what's happening across Northern Ireland as well as on a wider UK and International scale. Being a member of the Institute of Directors (IoD) is one of the ways we make sure we keep abreast of what's happening and have our say in the future of Northern Ireland.

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