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WASTE RECYCLING ECCO announce new Director of Operations


ECCO Safety Group EMEA have announced the appointment of a new Director of Operations, Giovanni Donzelli (Left).


Giovanni joins ESG with a strong engineering background and has 18 years of experience at strategic and operational level within production, supply chain and quality management.


He has an overall 23 years international experience in world class Engineering and Manufacturing industries.


“We are confi dent that Giovanni’s extensive knowledge and experience


will contribute enormously to take ECCO Safety Group into the next level of growth, and will move the company forward with the speed required to capitalise on the opportunities in front of us”, said Enrico Vassallo, Managing Director at ESG EMEA.


Giovanni Donzelli added: “I am really looking forward to joining the ESG team at such an exciting time in the company’s growth and will do my best to take advantage of my previous extended experience, and apply it to this growing business.”


Health & Safety attracts Tidi-Cable to Bunting


BUNTING Magnetics have supplied bespoke Ferrite Magnets to Tidi-Cable for their newly released Tidi-Patch ® Magnetic.


Tidi-Patches (Right) instantly lift dangerous trailing cables off the ground and remove potential trip hazards. They are used on construction sites, at festivals/events, in factories, in fi lm studios, in mining operations, on oil/gas production sites, shipping yards, and railways.


Bunting Magnetics is a world leader in the supply of Magnets, Technical Magnetic Assemblies, and Magnetisers. The European manufacturing and design headquarters are based in Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire.


Tidi-Cable Ltd is the leading manufacturer and distributor of heavy-duty cable management products in the UK. Their products are all designed to raise 110v trailing leads off the loor, eliminating any potential trip hazard.


Bunting supplied shallow Ferrite Pot Magnets which were connected to the back of the new Tidi-Patch ® Magnetic. Using a Magnet to hold the Tidi-Cable in place eliminates drilling.


This meant there was no silica dust, no noise pollution, and a reduced risk of hand-on-vibration syndrome and also leaves no mess or residue behind. The Tidi-Patch ® Magnetic is designed to hold up to 6 x 110v arctic cables and has a maximum load capacity of 2kg.


David Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales, said: “The magnet needed to have enough magnetic force to safely secure onto a metal beam and hold up to 2kg of cable. Our engineers selected a shallow but strong Ferrite Pot Magnet, which provides ample holding force whilst not making the Tidi-Cable cumbersome and heavy.”


SUEZ launch recycling and recovery manifesto to create vision for future of UK sector £9 billion added to the UK economy.


GROWING concern for the environment off ers a golden opportunity for Britain to create a new sustainable economic base, according to a leading waste company.


SUEZ recycling and recovery launched a ‘manifesto’ for resource productivity, which they believe forms the basis of a comprehensive strategy that could see


38 SHWM July, 2018 and a new government department.


As well as backing a Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) for ‘on-the-go’ packaging and more comprehensive waste reduction targets, SUEZ called for more recycled content in better-designed packaging, smarter data collection, greater collaboration with business,


The document, ‘A vision for England’s long-term resources and waste strategy’, suggests that products should display a standard form of environmental labelling, similar to the existing EU energy ratings for white goods, to help consumers vote with their wallets.


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