NORRIS WIN NATIONAL CONSIDERATE CONSTRUCTORS AWARD 2016

Local company Norris Waste Management was awarded a Gold Award at the 2016 Considerate Constructors Scheme Company Awards 2016 ceremony last week.

The SE London based company was awarded Gold National Company Award Winner at a special ceremony honouring the industry’s most ‘considerate’ companies in the Four Seasons Hotel in London, on the 11th November.

These national awards are one of the most respected honours in UK construction; they serve to recognise the highest performing companies and suppliers who have demonstrated excellence in respecting the community, protecting the environment, securing everyone’s safety and valuing appearance.

Out of over 900 companies registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme, Norris’ dedication to outstanding service, the community and the environment, also saw them voted the Most Considerate Company Runner Up 2016.

Commenting on the win, Company Director, Kieron Norris said “We were both surprised and delighted to receive a Gold Award and the accolade of Most Considerate Company Runner-Up at the CCS 2016 National Awards. This recognition not only assures our company that we are “doing it right” but gives us further motivation to push the bar even higher.

“The changes to the Scheme’s ‘Monitor’s Checklist’ earlier this year were interpreted by our team as an opportunity to revaluate the standards of our public image, customer care and staff welfare. We take the code of practice seriously and use it with the monitor’s guidance to continually evolve and achieve to the values and principles that the construction industry requires.”

About Norris Waste Management

Established in 1972, Norris Waste Management operates two waste transfer stations/materials recovery facilities (MRF); a 2 acre fully licensed waste transfer station on the Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0RT and the other in the London Borough of Bromley, BR5 2NB.

They offer a comprehensive range of services including skip hire and roll on/off containers, bulk muck-away – tippers and grab lorries, the production and provision of materials and aggregates (recycled and primary),  wheeled bin/dustcart compactor service and fly tip clearance.