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Posted 20th July 2018 | Category: Blog Post
Paul Cook from our Gossington Depot has hit the news this week for helping an elderly resident who had taken a nasty fall - an outstanding example of a Ubico employee doing the right thing.
Posted 29th January 2018 | Category: Blog Post
It's been our absolute pleasure to give local waste and recycling hero Connor Berry a guided tour of our Cheltenham depot...
Posted 15th January 2018 | Category: Blog Post
We are pleased to announce that Ubico has successfully retained the exor GOLD standard accreditation following the annual assessment, demonstrating our ability to meet the rigorous pre-qualification requirements for contracts within the private and public sectors.
Posted 22nd December 2017 | Category: Blog Post
Each year, the Ubico team chooses a charity to support for the year. This year we are working with the James Hopkins Trust again...
Posted 30th November 2017 | Category: Blog Post
We are pleased to announce that the street cleansing service provided by Ubico on behalf of Stroud District Council has been shortlisted...
Posted 9th November 2017 | Category: Blog Post
Due to scheduled expansion and workshop improvement works, our Swindon Road MOT centre will be closed between 13th November 2017 and 12th January 2018.
Posted 24th October 2017 | Category: Blog Post
It's been a busy month so far for our Tewkesbury street cleaning operations team, with the annual MOP fair coming to town and the completion of scheduled litter picking works on the A40.
Posted 21st July 2017 | Category: Blog Post
We just had to share these images of our wonderful floral displays in Carterton, Oxfordshire. Ubico installed the beds, which are made up with plants grown at our in-house nursery in Cheltenham.
Posted 29th June 2017 | Category: Blog Post
Today we’re busy loading up end-of-life wheeled bin wheels and axles and delivering them to a local primary school ready for re-use as racing car components!
Posted 26th June 2017 | Category: Blog Post
Huge congratulations to one of our newest LGV Class 2 drivers, William Miles. Willie had been a waste and recycling loader for around 8 years previously, before driving one of our 7.5 tonne narrow access rounds.
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