Binn Group are delighted to welcome and introduce to you Audrey Duckworth, Group SHEQ Manager and Fraser McLeod, Field Sales Executive.
Audrey Duckworth has joined Binn Group as group SHEQ (Safety, Health, Environment and Quality) Manager.
An MSc graduate who focused on carbon impact and the circular economy within the waste industry, Audrey comes to Binn Group following 10 years with waste management company ENVA Group.
“As someone already working within the industry, I saw Binn Group as one of the most exciting and progressive companies of its type,” she explained. “It is the largest independent resource management company in Scotland and recognised for the advances it is making within the sector.
“I’m thrilled to be a part of the company during these times of development and advancement and look forward to helping shape the outcomes in terms of SHEQ.”
Audrey is also a SWITCH ambassador and said her main motivation at work was to ensure that everyone carried out a good day’s work safely and then travelled home safely.
“I’m keen to introduce integrated management systems which will streamline processes making things both safe and efficient,” she said.
And when she’s not working, this wife and mother enjoys walking, running, nature and all forms of music.
Binn Group’s field sales team has been strengthened with the arrival of Fraser McLeod.
A graduate of zoology with a Masters in environmental biology, Fraser worked with Safety-Kleen for five years – specialising in hazardous waste – before joining Binn Group.
“I sell the whole range of services Binn Group offers,” explained Fraser. “It’s rare to walk on to a problem site for which Binn Group hasn’t got a solution.”
Fraser’s strength in industrial and hazardous waste management has seen him focus on that sector at Binn Group.
“I believe the services we sell are at the cutting edge of the industry,” said Fraser, “and Binn Group is a very highly respected operator. I enjoy being part of a company that has ambition and drive and is at the forefront of new and exciting developments – such as Project Beacon – for addressing the country’s waste and environmental challenges.”
Married with two children, Fraser enjoys all sport – and plays five-a-side football – as well as vinyl records and a new tropical fish tank.