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Ellgia Recycling strengthens management board to achieve further growth

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Independent commercial waste management company Ellgia Recycling has appointed two high profile directors to its Board to strengthen its position as a core competitive force in Eastern England.

New Technical Director Cameron Murdoch and Operations Director Jack Lavington have a wealth of knowledge to help support Ellgia to continue on its upward trajectory of rapid growth and oversee the three sites in Ely, Boston and Scunthorpe. The commercial waste management company has seen significant growth in just five years since launch.

Cameron Murdoch has more than 25 years’ operational and consulting experience and a unique combination of technical and business skills. He has worked as a process engineer, a technical expert, a management consultant and a senior leader in several world-class organisations, including the United Nations Development Programme, the Global Environmental Facility and the BBC.

Jack Lavington joins Ellgia from Certas Energy, where he was Director of Operations for England and Wales. Jack has enjoyed a 25-year career within the waste management and environmental sector in top commercial and operational positions.

Steve Crook, managing director of Ellgia, said: “Jack and Cameron are extremely talented people and they will be invaluable to Ellgia. We are very much looking forward to having them as part of the team. The combined knowledge and skills they have amassed from senior positions is phenomenal.

“Our Board is now in an excellent place to ensure that Ellgia goes from strength to strength and build on its position as a core competitive force in the market.”

At the heart of its success is the development of bespoke solutions that meet the needs of each of its customers. With a commitment to recycling and keeping materials away from landfill, Ellgia Recycling enables its customers to manage waste effectively and can save businesses across the Eastern region money every year.