Tyre Maintenance promotes “green credentials” with RRS
With four locations spanning northern to southern England, Tyre Maintenance Ltd says it has long been “committed to best practice in used tyre recycling”, a fact it intends to publicise in 2011 with TIF Responsible Recycler Scheme branding. Throughout 2011 Tyre Maintenance outlets, vehicles, documentation and letter heading will be progressively branded with the RRS logo and staff will be tutored to understand just what this implies for the customer and for the environment.
Tyre Maintenance suggests that this approach will show how the company “takes a holistic approach to the business of tyre and management service provision, ensuring that peripheral activities stand up to the same scrutiny as its mainstream business”. Paul Fields, director of Sales and Operations comments: “The RRS does excellent work in ensuring that all members work to recognised standards; it made sense for us to join and assist in raising the professionalism and data capture within the UK tyre market. To also provide customers with the reassurance of best environmental practice in the form of a robust and audited waste stream for used tyres is an additional advantage we are delighted to provide. In a more sustainably focused environment we believe this is a key benefit for our customers.”