Community Wood Recycling MD Richard Mehmed and Customer Liaison Executive Dan Tidey were suited and booted on Wednesday when they attended the Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management.
Community Wood Recycling is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted as a finalist in two categories at the Awards for Excellence in Recycling & Waste Management; Circular Economy Success and Best Community Recycling Initiative.
Our national office, located in central Brighton, is looking for a General Manager to run the day-to-day business of the Community Wood Recycling Network.
Community Wood Recycling is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Resilience award in the NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards 2016/17. The Resilience Award recognises a social venture that continually delivers positive social or environmental change and repeatedly achieves impact goals.
We’re looking for a Customer Sales/Liaison Officer to join our happy team based in our central Brighton office. The position is part-time, with flexible hours and a competitive salary.
We’ve moved our national coordination centre (the National Community Wood Recycling Project) into new offices at 97 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UJ. Our phone and fax numbers remain the same.
Community Wood Recycling and all our member enterprises have been named as winners in the Best Partnership category of the Wood Recyclers’ Association Awards. The Wood Recyclers Association Awards celebrate excellence, innovation and success in the wood recycling industry.
We are delighted that the work of Community Wood Recycling has again been rewarded, this time as finalists in the best partnership category of the Wood Recyclers Association Awards.
The 2013 awards season is underway and once again NCWRP has been nominated. We’ve been named as finalists for the The Construction Skills Cut the Carbon Award at the Building Awards 2013. These prestigious awards were founded by Building magazine to recognise the
NCWRP are once again one of the country’s top 30 fastest growing established social enterprises as measured by the RBS SE100 Index, which is now in its third year and tracks the success of social businesses across the UK by examining both