William Tracey Group pledges to Clean Up Scotland
Company’s lorry load of support aims to lay waste to Scotland’s litter.
William Tracey Group, one of the UK’s leading recycling and resource management companies, has pledged its support to the Clean Up Scotland mass-engagement campaign, organised by the independent charity Keep Scotland Beautiful. The Linwood-based company has decorated over 130 of its lorry cabs with Clean Up Scotland campaign stickers so that the charity’s anti-litter message can travel far and wide.
This significant corporate endorsement by the Scottish resource management company, which handles recycling, dry waste, hazardous waste and renewable energy, is a welcome boost to Keep Scotland Beautiful’s Clean Up Scotland campaign which is working to make Scotland the cleanest country in Europe.
Keep Scotland Beautiful is calling for Scotland’s business community to step forward in 2014, and to demonstrate their support for Scotland’s local environment, the places where we live, work and spend our leisure.
The Clean Up Scotland campaign aims to change long-term behaviour by making littering unacceptable and is encouraging people from across the country to sign the pledge by visiting www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/pledge or by texting ‘pledge’ to 88802.
Derek Robertson, Chief Executive of Keep Scotland Beautiful said: “It’s great to see businesses such as William Tracey Group demonstrating their support for Clean Up Scotland. The business community is brilliantly placed to use its networks, resources and activities to improve the environments in which we live and in which they operate. They are a big part of the national coalition we’re building – taking action against the neglect which affects our great country.
”Our challenge for 2014, is to encourage more businesses and Scotland’s people to take the Clean Up Scotland pledge, and transform our country – this year above all years.
Robin Stevenson, Managing Direct