NADC announces Glanville Environmental joins NADC Committee

The National Association of Drainage Contractors (NADC) has announced that Glanville Environmental has joined the NADC Environment and Waste Committee which represents the sector of the industry that operates in environmental and waste management activities such as jetting, tankering, vacuuming, sweeping and waste disposal.

The Committee is responsible for formulating NADC policy and is also responsible for establishing the appropriate standards for this sector for DrainSafe, the new quality and approved contractor scheme for the drainage industry.

Julian Wynn, Director of Drainage Management and Traffic Management at FM Conway and  NADC Environment and Waste Committee Chairman, said:

‘We are delighted to welcome Glanville Environmental to NADC and as members of our Committee. We are already making positive progress in respect of important issues such as Decanting, Fly Tipping and Hydrant use and interacting with the Environment Agency and the Water Companies. Glanville Environmental brings further regional coverage to the Committee through their strong presence in the South West and the Midlands. It is important that we have representation on the Committee that covers the length and breadth of the UK.’

Richard Bridge, Managing Director at Glanville Environmental, commented:

‘It made complete sense for us to join NADC and the Environment and Waste Committee which is setting about addressing important issues that have been of great concern to the industry for many years. We look forward to playing a full and active part in the work of NADC over the coming months and years and look forward to the introduction of the new DrainSafe Approved Contractor scheme.’

Glanville Environmental joins founder members of the Committee Flowline, Sweeptech, Lanes Group, Wales Environmental, McAllister Group, DAMM Environmental, Convert Water and TIP Europe as well as FM Conway.

The new quality and Approved Contractors scheme DrainSafe is scheduled to be launched in the fourth quarter of 2019.


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