Recycling and resource recovery provider Enva has won a contract with Toyota dealership Steven Eagell to carry out waste and recycling services at its 29 sites across the South East and the West Midlands.
Enva and Steven Eagell have already had a long relationship, as Enva has carried out hazardous waste services for the family-run automotive group for over 10 years. This includes the sustainable management of tyres, oil and filters, aerosols, contaminated plastics, lead batteries, brake fluid, fuels and degreasing equipment – with 99 per cent of the waste being recycled.
The new contract sees Enva become a single supplier to the car dealership by consolidating its services to include collection and recycling services for the company’s general and non-hazardous wastes.
Enva’s account management capability was highlighted as one key reason for its selection. The partnership will now put a strong focus on compliance and the provision of data to support continuous improvement. The company will also advise and train the dealership’s employees in effective segregation, safe storage and the handling of all waste.
Paul Parsons, aftersales director at Steven Eagell, said: “The partnership has been built on a solid foundation of trust and simple, easy communication lines over a number of years. Moving to a complete waste management solution will enable us to offer enhanced value, share best practice and promote continuous improvement to target recycling targets and achieve sustainability goals.”