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Maximising our potential

Learning and development is core to our continual pursuit for excellence, quite simply because we want our team to achieve their true potential, so we have created an environment where our employees take responsibility for their own personal development journey.

We actively encourage knowledge sharing within the organisation and we recognise the need to support all learning styles and preferences – most of all we recognise that each individual is, well, individual!

Clear objectives with continual monitoring and feedback ensure that we are always adding value, both individually and as a team. You could say our approach to learning and development is what reinforces our exciting culture. Here's what some of our team have to say:

Richard Hodges ecosurety


“I have control over my career progression and can see a clear path over the next few years, plus I have managers and directors who are invested in me getting there!”
Richard Hodges, Senior relationship specialist

Kerrin Rowland ecosurety


“The level and amount of training and development offered at Ecosurety is very surprising for a company of this size. There is so much on offer both internally and externally, and you know that it is because your skills and attributes are truly appreciated.”
Kerrin Rowland, Credit controller

Olivia Green ecosurety


“Ecosurety is supporting me to continue my studies by doing a part-time MSc in Integrated Environmental Management, I’m hoping to bring some of the content of my course to Ecosurety and to work with other companies to decrease their environmental impacts.”
Olivia Green, Relationship specialist



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Useful links

Ecosurety publishes its first impact report

As part of our commitment to the fundamental need for transparency in the waste and recycling industry, we have released our first ever impact report.


Plastic recycling infrastructure and education must jointly improve

The UK needs to improve both recycling infrastructure and reach out harder to consumers to make them care more about recycling, if it is to solve the pressing issue of plastic recycling in the UK.


PRN system to be reviewed by National Audit Office

The Environmental Audit Committee requests review due to concerns over a lack of transparency and the potential for fraud. 


Events & training

Webinar: WEEE compliance in France and Germany



Webinar: Batteries and WEEE Q1 data submission training



Webinar: WEEE compliance 2018 Q2 commercial update