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Technical customer service expert joins UNTHA UK

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There’s another new face at UNTHA UK’s North Yorkshire headquarters following the recruitment of customer services manager Dean Lewis.

With an array of technical engineering experience, Dean will play a key role in ensuring clients get the best from their shredder, throughout the lifetime of their machine.

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New Stationary Sub Programme Leader: EERA Bioenergy

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Dr Berta Matas Güell has been elected as the new leader of the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) Bioenergy Sub Programme focusing on stationary bioenergy including:

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Shredding specialist appoints new MD

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North Yorkshire based industrial shredding specialist UNTHA UK has appointed a new managing director.

Marcus Brew takes the reins at the helm of the company, following a promotion from his previous role of Sales Director. Chris Oldfield, who has led the shredding business since 1997, will become chairman, concentrating on UNTHA UK’s over-arching strategic direction and other wider ambassadorial responsibilities in industry.

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Chris Taylor Joins GeoSmart Information to Lead Product Development

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Highly regarded legal and property product expert joins the fast growing environmental data provider to lead on sustainable development reports.

GeoSmart Information, a sister company of ESI, one of the UK’s leading environmental consultancies, continues to expand its team with the appointment of Chris Taylor as Product Development Director.

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National energy charity Chief Executive wins environment award

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Kerry Mashford, the Chief Executive of the National Energy Foundation has won the environment award at a women leaders award ceremony - in recognition of her leadership of the Foundation’s work improving the use of energy in buildings.

The Women Leaders MK Awards recognise women who have contributed to the growth of their own particular sector and the ongoing success of Milton Keynes.

Kerry was shortlisted in two categories: Environment and Science & Technology, and won the Environment category.

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