On site developments

The last month or so has been one of significant internal change.

The completion and handover for fit-out of the new retail shed was obviously the most visible development.

However, behind the scenes, changes were made to the management structure of the business, a new business name was decided upon by the Board of Directors and a new logo and tagline have been developed to re-brand the organisation to reflect the new direction which we are taking.

Management re-structure:

Gerard McClafferty has been appointed General Manager. Stepping up from his previous role as Business Development Manager; Mr McClafferty will oversee the changes required to drive the Centre forward and to capitalise on the excellent work achieved to date.

Mr David Sams has stepped down from his role as Operations Manager; however David is still responsible for the daily co-ordination of staff and volunteers, and the Centre will continue to benefit from his vast knowledge of the recycling industry.

New Business name: Salamander Bay Recycling

The Refused and Reused Community Recycling Centre is no more! The business name has been changed and simplified to Salamander Bay Recycling.

The decision to rename the business was not taken lightly; however, it was determined by the Board of Directors that, due to the significant physical alterations underway on site, a new name should be introduced at this time to encapsulate the shift in the business’s dynamic.

New logo and tagline:

As with all memorable enterprises, brand recall and customer patronage are paramount if we are to continue to be successful recyclers well into the future.

We believe that the new name (Salamander Bay Recycling), along with the new logo (attached below) and tagline of “what goes around comes around” will convey our current position and future aspirations.

We hope you think so too…

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