Doncaster-based vehicle salvage, dismantler and recycler SYNETIQ, has been awarded the Green Parts Company of the Year, Larger Vehicle Recycler of the Year and Sustainability accolades at the inaugural Vehicle Recycling Excellence Awards
The awards recognise organisations supporting the growth in the promotion of green parts to reduce the impact of car repairs on the environment, those which set the standard for success across the industry and demonstrate all-round excellence in business and those driving positive environmental change in the vehicle recycling industry.
Recognising the truly outstanding businesses in the industry, the awards celebrate the achievements of companies across 15 categories. Businesses across the country attended the ceremony, held at the National Conference Centre, Bickenhill.
“It’s a huge honour to be recognised for our commitment to make a positive difference within our industry,” said Tom Rumboll, UK Managing Director for IAA and CEO of SYNETIQ.
“These awards are the culmination and recognition of all the team’s hard work. We are leaving no stone unturned as we work with clients to promote green parts into the mainstream, improve our operational efficiencies as we continue to grow and work to reduce the environmental impact of the automotive sector.”
SYNETIQ handles salvage and end of life vehicles, recycling an average of 96.3% of each end-of-life vehicle it dismantles – surpassing EU legislative targets.
SYNETIQ says its integrated circular model means it’s perfectly placed to maximise the economic and environmental potential of all salvage or end of life vehicles – whether by safely reusing green parts, or as part of the compliant vehicle recycling process.
In addition to receiving three awards, SYNETIQ was a supporter of the event and sponsor of the Community Recycling Initiative of the Year award, recognising organisations involved within their local communities.
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