The IWRM team are proud to announce that we will be the designated partner for delivering waste management services at the Royal Highland Show 2019, in Edinburgh. This historical event, attended by thousands of people every year, will begin at 7:30am on Thursday, 20 June and ends on Sunday, 23 June. To find out more…Details
IWRM has been recognised and accredited as a Living Wage employer. We are proud to pay the Real Living Wage to our employees, which far exceeds the minimum requirement set by the government, and is reflective of the true cost of living. This is a symbol of responsible business practice, and we encourage all employers…Details
We’re delighted to announce that Immediate Waste & Resource Management is now ISO 14001: 2015 certified. ISO 14001:2015 specifies the requirements for an environmental management system for organisations seeking to manage its environmental responsibilities in a systematic manner that contributes to the environmental pillar of sustainability. To find out more about how we can help…Details
IWRM are again pleased to support the Sleep in the Park events in Edinburgh and Aberdeen on the 8th of December. Through our partner MBC Scotland Ltd we will again ensure that we support Social Bite’s vision of ending homelessness in Scotland by offering a couple of our crew positions to deserving individuals. Help us…Details
The team at Immediate Waste & Resource Management have been hard at work across various events over the last few months. In addition to the Little Mix gig we managed in Falkirk on 27 July 2018, we also managed their Inverness gig on the 29th July 2018 – another very successful evening: In between…Details
A very busy time for the Immediate Waste & Resource Management team just now! We managed 21500 people at the Litte Mix gig at Falkirk Stadium on Friday, Rita Ora in Dundee on Saturday, and then up to Inverness for Little Mix again on Sunday. This week we started with the…Details
IWRM is now ISO 9001 certified. We have developed our own Project Management methodology based on the standards’ “Plan –Do – Check – Act “approach. To distinguish between the formal ISO requirements, this, more project specific, project management approach comprises: Preparation, Execution, Appraisal & Learning (PEAL).
For more information on our project management services, please see here.