Award for staff at Catterick Bridge recycling centre

The Catterick Bridge HWRC team receive their award from Richmond Town Council Mayor Stuart Parsons.

Staff who work at a Richmondshire recycling centre have received a civic award for their high level of customer service.

Members of the Catterick Bridge Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) recently attended a meeting of Richmond Town Council to receive an Investors in People award.

The award is in recognition of the work the Yorwaste team does to help members of the public who visit the HWRC in Gatherley Road, Brompton-on-Swale.

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Heather Lawler, clerk of the council, said: “The team were nominated as it was felt they go above and beyond their duty when it comes to customer service.

“The feedback we have received is that they are always extremely helpful, hard-working and cheerful.”

Rachel Steward, Yorwaste’s HWRC Operations Manager, said: “We are delighted for the team at the Catterick Bridge site; the award is well deserved.

“We strive for excellent customer service at all our HWRC’s across North Yorkshire, so the Catterick team are a credit to the organisation.”

The Catterick Bridge HWRC is one of 20 run by Yorwaste in North Yorkshire, on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council.


  1. well deserved as the are always helpful and polite…even if they may be in pain themselves nothing is too much trouble

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