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SKIPS, PRODUCTS AND SERVICES


TG Enviro are taking business sitting down


STAFF from family-owned Shropshire fi rm, TG Enviro, are sitting pretty after creating a seat with a diff erence.


The team from TG Enviro – part of the Tudor Griffi ths Group in Ellesmere – have converted an eight-yard skip into a unique seating area which is now on tour around trade and agricultural shows up and down the country.


The new seat has created a great deal of interest, and has already made its debut at several local events, while benefi ting people attending.


Support number of local events Patrick Dixon, Group Marketing Manager, said: "We regularly support a number of local events and shows throughout Shropshire, Cheshire and mid-Wales and wanted something slightly quirky to help promote our skip hire business. "The work was all done by our team in-house, and we've even had a request to build one for a developer in the south coast who saw it."


The skip seat will now be used at events to promote not just TG Enviro’s skip hire capabilities, but other Group services too. It has also been used at the British Ironwork Centre in Oswestry to provide a great opportunity to uniquely host visitors, and it will be used for future events to attract visitors to TG Group's promotional stand.


Kevin Gardiner, TG Enviro Divisional Manager, said: “The design for the seat came from our Waste Manager John Pugh.


"We had discussed how it would be a great way to promote our skip hire services, and so we came up with a plan of how to convert the skip and we’re delighted with the result.”


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THE UK AND IRELAND’S LEADING RECYCLING, WASTE & SKIP HIRE EXPO


18 SHWM July, 2018


Its creation marks the start of another busy season for the skip hire team after a huge restructuring process as part of the launch of the company’s new-look TG Enviro service.


When not at events, the 'skip seat' can be found at a local tourist attraction: British Ironwork Centre in Oswestry.


Mr Gardiner said following the changes, they had seen an unprecedented surge in demand for the company’s services.


He added: “The complete restructure of TG Enviro gave us an excellent opportunity to review our services and procedures, and our approach to sustainable and renewable energy.


“The increase in demand for our skip hire


services is excellent news and is as a direct result of our rejuvenated approach to this part of the business.


"Thanks to the rise in bookings, we have also purchased an extra skip hire vehicle in order to meet the demands of our existing and new customers, and the business is continuing to grow.”


TG Skip Hire is one of the region’s largest domestic and commercial skip hire services, and it runs from Tudor Griffi ths Group’s Ellesmere and Tattenhall sites.


There is a full range of skips for hire – from 4 cubic yards to 40 cubic yards – with the majority suitable for standard residential driveways, including some with drop doors.


WARWICKSHIRE EVENT CENTRE Leamington Spa, Thursday, July 5th


2018


FREE entrance at the premier waste, skip hire and recycling exhibition.


ORGANISED BY SKIP HIRE & WASTE MAGAZINE | www.skiphiremagazine.co.uk


0161 482 6222 | www.wastexpo.co.uk SPONSORS


www.skiphiremagazine.co.uk


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