RecyCoal announce new appointments
Featured in08 March 2012 - 16:43
Rapidly expanding international company appoints three recruits to its head office in Doncaster
RECYCOAL, a company operating to deliver sustainable solutions for previously mined sites, have increased their workforce to cater for growing demand both in the UK and abroad.
The company works in conjunction with land and mine owners, authorities and the Environment Agency to offer a complete coal removal and restoration service, which ensures previously mined sites are restored to high environmental standards and in keeping with the surrounding landscapes.
David Stafford, sales and marketing manager for RecyCoal, commented: ‘As the only company in the world able to offer this unique service, demand is certainly growing and it is essential we employ the best people to grow with the company.’
RecyCoal have therefore appointed Brian Tinnion to the position of UK development director, Tracy Arkwright as human resources manager, and promoted Pat Nulty from site manager to project engineer.
Mr Tinnion has over 35 years’ experience working in the coal mining industry in surveying, estate management and property, including active and disused tips, and major land-reclamation and restoration projects.
Tracy Arkwright brings 20 years of human resources experience to RecyCoal, 15 of which were spent in the British Army.
Meanwhile, Pat Nulty joined RecyCoal three months ago to train as a site manager. However, due to the increased number of planned sites, a new position of project engineer was created. He brings with him 40 years of engineering, leadership and management experience, 35 of which were spent in the British Army.
Commenting on his appointment as UK development director, Brian Tinnion (pictured) said: ‘To be part of such a vastly expanding company with projects ongoing worldwide is a very exciting prospect. I am looking forward to the challenges this new role will bring and helping to drive the company’s growth strategy forward.’
RecyCoal have established companies in the UK, Australia and the US, with offices in Brisbane and Pittsburgh as well as their head office in Doncaster in the UK. The company is currently working on projects in the UK, Australia, the US, Poland, South Africa and Indonesia.