Shrewsbury Food Festival goes green for 2016!

Green Credentials for Shrewsbury Food Festival! The Shrewsbury Food Festival is awarded a ‘Green stamp’ as Credibly Green report on the environmental impacts of the waste operations for its two-day event. Showcasing the hard work of Zero Waste Events (a social enterprise delivering the waste management operation), and the festivals commitment to the environment, Shrewsbury Food…

Future Announcements for FRM & Credibly Green!

Over the coming weeks and months, both Credibly Green and our sister company Frith Resource Management, will be experiencing some exciting changes and additions! Firstly, as Credibly Green expands, we would like to welcome sustainability expert Cath Edwards to the team. Cath will support the Credibly Green team in the promotion and delivery of our environmental reporting service as we reach out across the markets, providing the reports…

ECOSAFE -Fleet Driver Training

Since launching Credibly Green we have been fortunate to meet a lot of businesses working with the sector providing us with an extensive contact list of recommendations to provide to our clients. This means our reports can be perfectly tailored to a clients requirements, and can work to best advise businesses on how to implement changes effectively,…

Scenarios for Waste Management post Brexit

What are the scenarios that our sector could face from the Brexit result – this will be driven, I believe, by two factors assuming a general election is not imminent (still a possibility): the immediate choice of leadership in Government, and; the drivers in terms of short term pain. Short term pain there will be,…

How Green is Your Love?

‘How deep is your love’ is a fantastic tune from the Bee Gees, a true example of great songwriting (as well as playing). They were committed to their art and crafted it close to perfection, and more than that… it was original. Taking your business to a world class place, in terms of sustainability and…

The Circular Economy and Your Business

Author: Paul Frith I was privileged to be asked as keynote speaker to the Waste 2016 conference, which concluded today at Coffs Harbour, NSW. The topic I was speaking on was the challenges of a Circular Economy for public sector services in the UK (primarily waste management) when under the influence of austerity. Much of…