Our Community

Public consultation exhibition, newsletter and school trip to ENRMF

We consider ourselves to be part of any community in which we operate. We strive in all our operations to provide a positive contribution to the community and to be a good neighbour.

Working together
Active community liaison continues across all our sites provides an important platform for community involvement and good communication about our business including future plans and funding opportunities.

To explain to our communities our latest news Augean publishes a bi-annual community newsletter. This has proven effective in informing those people who live closest to our sites on how we operate and our development proposals and in addition stimulated discussion on issues that are important to the community.

Community Education
We are keen for other schools to benefit from the opportunity to learn more about how the UK manages its waste. If you would like to nominate a school for a similar project or just a visit we would be happy to hear from you.

Further and continued support has been provided to other educational establishments such as Long Eaton School where we assisted at a careers workshop.  We continue to host visits from Cranfield University, Sunderland University and have forged links with Teesside University with opportunities for waste research at our Port Clarence site.

2017 Newsletters

 

ENRMF Newsletters