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Global award beckons for Burke Bros Moving Group

Our sustained commitment to environmental responsibility and ecological awareness is being recognised globally.

Environmental responsibility is very much on our agenda and we’re very pleased to have been shortlisted for an Ecology Award by the Pan American International Awards Association (PAIMA). Competing with entrants from around the world, we represent the European nomination for the overall global prize in the United States to be announced in mid-October at the Paima awards ceremony being held in Louisiana.

Companies shortlisted have committed to demonstrably excellent environmental performances within the moving industry. Burke Bros Moving Group have been shortlisted due to our record of recycling 100% of reusable materials without anything going to landfill.

We have implemented a waste management system, working in collaboration with ACM Environmental PLC to ensure the procedure is environmentally and legally compliant.
We’re very pleased to have been shortlisted for the award as we know it’s important that the moving industry keeps ahead with environmental issues. The waste management processes Burke Bros have implemented are sustainable for the future and enable us to set the benchmark for competitors in the sector.

Burke Bros Moving Group were overall winner of the Juan Peralta Ecological Award in San Francisco in 2006, for the best contribution from a moving company on global environmental issues and also recipient of the “Service Provider of the Year” award for 2013-2014, from the Black Country Chamber of Commerce.


October 20th, 2016 | Categories: Blog