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Campwood Landfill accepts a large variety of non-recyclable waste that is contained in fully engineered cells. Landfill waste is used to fill the void within the quarry in hope to restore the land for future generations and agricultural uses.

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Fred Gough students attend site for final WIME session

Today we hosted young women from Fred Gough School as part of our ‘Raising Aspirations’ partnership with WiME (Women into Manufacturing and Engineering).  Staff from SBL, SSE and PRAX joined the students for the final session which was closed out by Christel Croft (Sustainability Director for Singleton Birch) followed by the awarding of certificates by […]

25 Year Service Awards

Martin Nugus (left) and Darren Scutt (right) receive their 25 year awards from CEO Richard Stansfield. Both Martin and Darren originally started in the quarry but Darren moved into sales 5 years ago. Both received a commemorative watch and a gift of their choice from the Company.

Opening of New Welfare Facilities

As part of the ongoing investment at Singleton Birch, Mick Pickering official opened the newly built changing and welfare facilities on-site at Singleton Birch.  As the longest serving employee with over 40 years of service, the new facility was dedicated to Mick Pickering for his great service and hard work. Pictured left to right: Richard […]