Providing Places For Young Unemployed With St George
16th November 2013
Nine Kotuku Environmental Labour Project (KELP) candidates visited Powerday and St George this week to learn about what happens at the North West London Materials Recycling Facility and live construction site at Battersea Reach.
The visits were part of the latest KELP course designed to help young unemployed Londoners into long term employment in the construction and waste industries. St George, with the company’s clear commitment to sustainability, is working with Powerday to provide places for candidates on its sites.
The candidates are pictured with Work Place Coordinator for St George, Frank Spraggs, and Kotuku Director, Andrew Pears.
We were pleased to have awarded this contract to Powerday. They have delivered their services efficiently and reliably, achieved high recycling rates and 100% recovery, meeting our requirements throughout the project. They have been easy to deal with, reasonable and fair. We have been particularly impressed with their account management and waste reporting capabilities
Dave France, Project Director, Ecoworld Ballymore