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  • Merry Christmas

    The staff at TGM Environmental participated in a Christmas Jumper Charity Day with all proceeds going to Save The Children Charity.  We wish All our Customers & Suppliers a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy & Healthy 2018!   

    Posted at December 22, 2017 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • Quality First Recycling Conference

    TGM Recycling Group are very pleased to be attending and supporting the Recycling Association's Quality First Recycling Conference in London on 5th April.

    Posted at March 31, 2017 | By : | Categories : Blog,News | 0 Comment
  • Happy retirement Lynn

    On Friday 17th March the TGM Recycling Group management team took Lynn Schofield out for a special meal. Lynn is retiring after 12 years with the company and is relocating to the Isle of Wight. The entire TGM Recycling Group workforce wish Lynn and her husband Ian a very happy retirement.

    Posted at March 23, 2017 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • Congratulations Keith

    Our congratulations go to Keith Day who recently passed his HGV Class One test at his first attempt. Keith has been with the TGM Group for 5 years and now he has his Class one licence, has become an even more valuable member of the TGM Team.   Well Done Keith - look out for him driving one of the TGM Fleet!

    Posted at March 10, 2017 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • Meet the new member of The TGM Team!

    TGM Environmental are pleased to welcome our new apprentice, Georgia Andrews, on board.  Our steady growth in business has led to a need to expand our team at our Head Office in London and we were keen to channel some of the young talent in the local area by taking on board our very own apprentice. Georgia joins TGM as an Apprentice Business Administrator and will be based at Group Head Office in Charlton. We contacted ...

    Posted at November 25, 2016 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • TGM Environmental Sponsor Surrey Schools Arts Festival

    TGM Environmental were delighted to recently sponsor Epsom and Ewell’s first school Arts Festival.  The Festival was held at Bourne Hall, Ewell, Surrey and celebrated the artistic talents of children from over twenty schools across the area, with many pieces of art on display.  The event ran for two weeks at the end of September through to early October and was attended by many and deemed to be a success. ...

    Posted at October 19, 2015 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • A Return to Commercial Reality

    Winston Churchill said ‘Never  let a good crisis go to waste’ and whilst the recycling industry is currently filled with much wailing and gnashing of teeth we could possibly pause the hand wringing for a moment and pull something beneficial and useful from the present darkness. Britain desperately needs a strong and healthy recycling infrastructure as our ability to consume, and throw away continues to prevail throughout the ...

    Posted at March 31, 2015 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • UK Mill Closure

      We learned this week that Aylesford Newsprint who have been making paper in Kent since 1922 have called in the administrators. The mill produced around 400,000 tonnes of newsprint each year and the loss of this capacity will further reduce the demand for, and price of, waste paper in the UK. This is devastating news to an industry which has seen a steady reduction ...

    Posted at February 24, 2015 | By : | Categories : Blog,News | 0 Comment
  • In The Pipeline At TGM…..

    On 1st January TGM undertook a milestone decision and shelved the trading name of The Waste Paper Company for our Surrey division. In future we will be known by the unified name TGM Environmental Ltd. The Waste Paper Company was a well-recognised and respected brand in Surrey and Home Counties for over 25 years but our aim is now to focus on promoting and growing the TGM brand for it to become recognised as the ...

    Posted at January 27, 2015 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
  • TGM is Getting Better!

    Nobody in the recycling industry would deny that the last few years have been amongst the most difficult we have experienced in many decades. Like many industries we have had to adapt to increasing competition, lower margins and a relentless rise in costs and have had to question from top to bottom the way we carry out our business. Having asked the fundamental question ‘what does TGM need to do to stay in business and ideally ...

    Posted at June 26, 2014 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
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