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Do you employ anyone from the Military community?


This includes Service Leavers, Veterans, Reservists, Cadet Adult Force Volunteers or Military spouses/partners. Then you could be eligible for a Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) award.


The ERS is a three tiered scheme which encompasses bronze, silver and gold awards. These awards publicly recognise employers’ efforts to pledge, demonstrate or advocate support to defence and the armed forces community, whilst aligning their values with the Armed Forces Covenant.


When speaking about the 2018 Gold ERS winners, Minister for Defence People and Veterans Tobias Ellwood said:


“The breadth and diversity of this year’s winners shows how business support for the armed forces continues to flourish. Their commitment is a testament to the fantastic contribution our serving personnel, veterans and their families can make to any organisation.


“We all have a role to play in ensuring that the armed forces community is not disadvantaged by service, and each of these employers is a setting an example as meaningful advocates for those protecting the nation.”


If you are a business operating within the West Midlands area, and would like more


information on how you can get involved with supporting the Armed Forces,


or email: wm‐reed@rfca.mod.uk


Charlotte Todd has joined as Head of Commercial Waste and will lead the newly expanded service. She joins with a strong commercial background as a result of working for large corporate firms such as Amazon. Most recently from brand consultancy The Brandscape Group, where Charlotte led as Sales and Marketing Director working for clients such as the BBC, Bentley, and Jaguar Land Rover.


Waste Solutions offers its service to public, commercial and industrial sectors in Coventry, Warwickshire, Solihull and Birmingham.


It offers recycling schemes that send all recyclable material to specialist treatment facilities, with recyclable waste including cardboard and paper, glass bottles and jars, steel and aluminum tins and cans, plastic containers and film, green waste, wood, rubble and concrete, and electronic equipment.


Services available include a wheeled bin collection service, waste compaction front end loader service (1700 litres), skip hire and pre-paid sack collections for small amounts of commercial waste. They are also able to provide specialist waste management services such as Clinical and Hazardous Waste collections, or confidential paper/document shredding.


Make waste pay


Businesses are being encouraged to take advantage of one of the only commercial waste solutions service which puts its profits directly back into the community.


Waste Solutions, the waste management service from Coventry City Council, uses profits generated to support community services, including provision for the elderly, maintaining parks and much more.


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A skip hire service is available to the general public as well as the commercial sector.


Charlotte said: “When I took this position at Waste Solutions one of the key drivers for me was to be part of an enterprise which is giving back to the local community.


“We can help businesses of all sizes with their waste disposal and recycling needs, with options ranging from small to larger industrial sized solutions.


“We offer a wide range of services at competitive prices and would encourage all businesses to get in touch and see how we can help you.”


To find out more about Waste Solutions visit: www.coventry.gov.uk/wastesolutions or for a free no obligation quotation or call: 024 7683 2255


please contact our engagement team on: 0121 274 2227


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