As some of the world’s best golfers descend on the North East to play the British Masters supported by Sky Sports at Close House this week they can be rest assured that, despite whatever the North East weather awaits them, they will find both course and facilities in pristine condition.
This will be helped in no small part by North East based O’Brien Waste Recycling, who have beaten a raft of national waste providers to provide bins, skips and recycling services for the competition. O’Brien has been a key partner for Close House for some time which opened the door with the British Masters supported by Sky Sports, who were bowled over by O’Brien’s ‘can do’ approach to waste management.
Chris Atkinson, Championship Manager of the British Masters commented: “We were particularly impressed with O’Brien’s professionalism through the bid process. Upon being awarded with the contract, their account management has been excellent and we have every confidence that their waste removal services will add to what promises to be a great event in the North East of England”.
O’Brien Contract Manager Gemma Pringle commented: “We are particularly proud to win this contract. Having the British Masters at Close House is a real coup for the region and for a local company such as ourselves to beat out competition from national providers is further evidence of O’Brien’s growing reputation for reliability and service excellence”.
O’Brien Waste Recycling Solutions is a fast-growing business operating in a dynamic industry. Through a customer-first approach and investment in innovative technology solutions, they are continually ahead of the curve in the waste management sector. As the North East’s largest waste recycler, their goal since their inception in 2006 has been to provide a range of environmentally friendly, multi-stream waste collection and recycling solutions for businesses of all sizes.
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