Nigel England– Owner
Nigel established the business in 1990. Prior to that Nigel and his brother Martin had run the family farming business for a number of years. Through their agricultural contracting business (England Brothers) Nigel spotted the emerging opportunities in the environmental market securing the opportunity to manage Welsh Waters sewage sludge to land. In 1992 Nigel expanded further by securing the first of a succession of contracts with UK paper mills.
By 1996 the business moved 80% of the UKs paper mill sludge to land. Indeed Nigel actually wrote the UK Code of Practice, still used widely today, that established best practice in this area. In 2002 Nigel was one of the forerunners in recognising how important recycling was going to become. Siteserv Ltd was formed to capture the South Wales market. Between 2002 and 2010 Siteserv grew to become South Wales largest independent waste management company.
Luke England – Director
Luke has been with the business for over 6 years. Over this period he has progressed quickly from the shop floor to senior management. He is currently the Technically Competent Manager (TCM) for all Siteserv’s waste activities across the UK. In gaining this accreditation he was one of the youngest people to do so, in Wales.
He is now Director responsible for all the operations at the strategically important Llandow site and is statutory Director on all of the company’s boards. He is also responsible for all Research and Development.
Richard O’Neill – Head of Operations and UK Contracts
Richard O’Neill has been at Siteserv Recycling Limited for over 14 years and acts as Head of Operations and UK Contracts.
Prior to joining Siteserv he was at Lloyds TSB where he advised small businesses on set up and sustainability. Richard now has overall operational and financial responsibility for all front line services in South Wales. With a degree in Business and Commerce, Richard is well equipped to manage relationships with new and existing customers and heads up the tendering process.
His role also ensures health and safety and training requirements are met as well as keeping a close eye on the general development, performance and strategy of Siteserv Recycling Limited.
Darren Talbot – Head of Finance
Darren is an experienced Finance Professional who oversees all the day to day management of the Finance and Treasury functions. Darren has previously held senior roles in risk management within the retail sector and prior to joining Siteserv Recycling Limited in 2014 was Finance Director of St John Cymru Wales for 7 years. Darren has established a firm grip on the Company’s finances and has been instrumental in negotiating improved borrowing terms, improved management reporting whilst also overseeing the legal implications of the current company restructure.
Carl Jones - Group Business Development
Carl Jones brings a wealth of experience to Siteserv. Having been involved in the field for almost 20 years, he has a very wide and varied skill set but sits firmly in and around a commercial capacity.
Carl heads up the business development team, and is responsible for building a strong and cohesive strategy to ensure continued growth for the business as well as maintaining Siteserv as the largest privately owned Recycling company in South Wales.
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