Our People

Photo Name / Role
Keith James Keith James
Managing Director
Steve Bishop Steve Bishop
Commercial Director
Lesley Pitman Lesley Pitman
Director of Administration
Paul Owen Paul Owen
Operations Director
Danny Reynolds Danny Reynolds
Depot Manager (Pyle)
Gordon Campbell Gordon Campbell
Contracts Manager and Site Management
Alun Wiliams Alun Wiliams
Hazardous Waste Supervisor
Kevin Stevens
Health, Safety and Environmental Manager
Carol Jones Carol Jones
Accounts Manager

We are Proud of our people. Celtic Recycling has a proven commitment to training and development for all our staff, independently recognised and verified by our Investors in People accreditation.

Personal development is very much part and parcel of the company culture and all Celtic Recycling employees receive the full support of the organisation to pursue vocational training courses which the company and the individual considers will assist in developing their chosen areas of speciality and key skills.

We constantly assess and refresh our skills requirements to ensure that Celtic Recycling has the necessary expertise and capabilities within the company to safely tackle even the most difficult recovery work. The company currently provides more than ninety external training disciplines to employees, subject to their role within the organisation, and client-accredited training is an essential element in personal development.

The company provides in-house training in a broad range of essential skills, based upon our accumulated experience and knowledge of industry requirements.

This combination of external, in-house and client-accredited training ensures Celtic Recycling personnel are fully prepared for site working prior to entry into a substation environment.

Celtic Recycling's continuous development of skills and experience is one of the reasons that Celtic Recycling has such a commendable record in Health and Safety.

Formal monitoring procedures are in place to assess safe working practices, both in-house and on-site, with the emphasis firmly focussed on continuous development. We operate a ‘no-blame’ culture which ensures an open forum for discussion and debate on relevant Health, Safety and Environmental issues.

The ultimate goal is to ensure everyone works in a safe and responsible manner.

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