Southern provide passenger train services between central London and the South Coast, through East and West Sussex, Surrey and parts of Kent and Hampshire. The company manages 158 stations and operates a fleet of 300 trains.
Denby is a household name. It has been making pottery in Derbyshire for over 200 years and has moved on from the production of the salt-glazed pottery of its early days to the easily recognisable kitchen and tableware which we are familiar with today. Recently, the company has developed a challenging zero waste to landfill policy to improve its sustainability. Nottinghamshire Recycling Ltd offers a range of waste sorting and recycling services from its site in Worksop. Construction waste provides products for aggregates markets, while the company’s on-site (MRF) facilitates the recycling of 80 per cent of material. Once recyclables have been removed, remaining waste is treated to manufacture a refused-derived fuel.
DENSO Manufacturing UK is based in Telford, Shropshire. The company manufactures air conditioning units, engine cooling systems and components for the automotive industry, working with household names such as Toyota, Honda and Jaguar Land Rover. Sustainability is a key focus for the company, so once it achieved its zero waste to landfill target it began to look more closely at reducing raw material usage and waste generation.
Medway Ports, part of Peel Ports, is the UK's second largest port group, and includes the Port of Liverpool, the Manchester Ship Canal, the Port of Heysham and Clydeport in Scotland. The docks at Chatham is one of the most important trading ports, handling a diverse range of cargoes, from fresh produce and motor vehicles to forest products and steel.