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UNTHA UK expands senior management team

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Industrial shredding specialist UNTHA UK has expanded its senior management team with the appointment of experienced engineer Roger Draper.

With a 35 year career under his belt, he joins the company as Head of After Sales. This role will see him take the lead on all new projects, as soon as a client order has been confirmed, to ensure the streamlined, efficient and high quality delivery of contracts. He will also manage the ongoing service and maintenance of existing clients’ shredders and will direct the coordination of plant shutdowns on customers’ sites.

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New Larkfleet director to drive flood risk ambitions

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Bourne-based Larkfleet has appointed Adrian Brotherton as director of special projects to oversee development of innovative new schemes that could transform the building of homes across the UK in flood risk areas.

Adrian (47), an architectural technician by trade, spent more than a decade with Allison Homes before running his own Spalding-based building firm Fieldview Homes and then becoming managing director of luxury house builder Seagate Homes.

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Quantitech appoints laser gas analyser specialist

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Following the launch of a range of process gas analysers, Quantitech has announced the appointment of Craig Day as Product Specialist to support the introduction of tuneable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS) technologies in the UK and Irish markets. “We are delighted to have secured Craig’s services,” says Quantitech MD Keith Golding.

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Iris Anderson appointed “BBIA Ambassador for the Bioeconomy”

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The newly formed association promoting the bioeconomy in the UK, BBIA (the Bio-based and Biodegradable Industries Association), has appointed long-serving civil servant Iris Anderson as their first Ambassador for the Bioeconomy.

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Extroverts ‘too busy’ to be green

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Extroverts are the least likely to adopt green lifestyles because they’re distracted by their social life, activities and other people, according to new research.

Researchers at the University of Portsmouth Business School conducted a small-scale study of the over-50s to try and establish if personality type affects how green a person is.

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