Bryson Recycling wins WISH NI Ambassador Award

Danielle Crockford from Bryson Recycling receives WISH NI Ambassador 2016 Award for demonstrating health and safety best practise within the Northern Ireland Waste Management Industry from Enterprise Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell (left) and Chair of WISH NI Alan Woodside OBE (right).

Enterprise Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell praised the ongoing efforts to improve safety across the waste and recycling industry at an awards ceremony organised by the Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum for Northern Ireland (WISH NI). The Ambassadors Awards Programme provides recognition of the safety management activity of WISHNI partner businesses within their own companies and with their subcontractors.

Bryson Recycling, who are part of the Bryson Charitable Group Northern Ireland’s leading social enterprise, currently process recyclables collected from 60% of Northern Ireland homes, in addition to running recycling centres in Donegal and Wales.

Danielle Crockford, Health and Safety Manager from Bryson Recycling said “We are delighted to win this award which recognises our commitment to providing a safe place to work for all our staff. At Bryson Recycling we continually improve our approach to Health and Safety by implementing industry best practice and through innovating our own operations”.

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