Re-Gen Waste develops ‘time and cost saving’ robot to keep protocol paperwork in check

A digital robot has minimised administrative time and costs for a Northern Ireland company bringing goods from Great Britain. Re-Gen Waste in Newry moves between 100,000-150,000 of tonnes of recycling materials from England, Scotland and Wales each year. The Northern Ireland Protocol requires additional administration time and resources for the company and had the potential

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Recycling Association’s Vice-President Celine Grant shares her vision for the future

Celine Grant, who was recently appointed the Recycling Association’s first vice-president for several years, has been in conversation with Joshua Doherty of The Recycling Association magazine to discuss her vision for her new role and for when she becomes president in 2024. Celine is commercial director of waste management company Re-Gen Waste. She is also

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Re-Gen Waste Manager and Manfreight among those shortlisted for Logistics UK’s 2022 awards

The shortlist for Logistics UK’s Logistics Awards 2022 has been announced with several County Armagh-based companies and individuals making the cut! The ‘glittering’ awards ceremony now in its 6th year is touted as the ‘only awards for the industry, by the industry’ and celebrates companies and industry professionals from ‘road, rail, sea and air’ across

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More apprenticeship programmes available at Newry’s Re-Gen Waste following expansion

As one of UK’s leading waste management companies Re-Gen Waste are passionate about developing people. The Newry based company value the ideas and innovation individuals can bring to the work and invest in learning and development. The Re-Gen Academy training programme will equip you with hands on experience and give you an opportunity for learning,

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