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Posted 17th December 2018 | Category: General
Ubico are very proud to announce that our contract with Stroud District Council has ranked fourth in the Highest Household Recycling and Composting Rates (2017/18) recently published on letsrecycle.com. This has seen an astounding 15.7% increase from 2016/2017.
Posted 8th November 2018 | Category: General
Ubico are pleased to announce that we are now a member of The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
Posted 17th May 2018 | Category: General
MAJOR UPGRADE TO RECYCLING CENTRE
Pyke Quarry household recycling centre at Stroud is being given an overhaul.
Pyke Quarry household recycling centre (HRC) at Horsley will close from 4th to 22nd June while its equipment is updated.
Posted 9th March 2018 | Category: General
We've just returned from a busy morning gardening at the James Hopkins Trust in Gloucester, our chosen charity of the year.
Posted 4th April 2017 | Category: General
Ubico operations teams and our in-house fleet department have been incredibly busy recently, taking delivery of an entire new fleet for use on the Tewkesbury Borough Council contract.
Posted 23rd February 2017 | Category: General
It is with great pleasure that we can announce the appointment of Gareth Edmundson as the new Managing Director of Ubico Ltd.
Posted 16th February 2017 | Category: General
We are pleased to announce that we have recently signed a £1.4 million a year contract with agency staff provider de Poel UK Ltd.
Posted 29th September 2016 | Category: General
Simon Cluley and Lee Porton, Operations Managers for Local authority owned environmental services company Ubico Ltd have successfully raised over £400 for charity by running the Cheltenham Half Marathon.
Posted 27th September 2016 | Category: General
We are pleased to report that Ubico Ltd has won the Cheltenham in Bloom Business Pride award.
Posted 8th September 2016 | Category: General
The RAF Falcons were in Carterton to help celebrate another successful summer in bloom, following the installation of three large flower beds and a number of new columns and hanging baskets.
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