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O’Donovan achieve Mission Zero accreditation for second year

O’Donovan Waste achieve Mission Zero accreditation
O’Donovan Waste achieve Mission Zero accreditation

Waste-management firm continues to exceed industry compliance and safety standards 

O’DONOVAN Waste have been awarded Mission Zero accreditation for the second year running, demonstrating a continued commitment to exceeding industry standards in their approach to compliance and safety. 

The latest accreditation adds to the company’s reputation as a competent and trusted waste-recycling contractor/operator for the waste-management sector and follows a vast number of rigorous accreditations, including several ISO standards and the gold standard for the stringently audited the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS).  

 

‘As a business operating 100 HGVs and as a team, we are dedicated to surpassing the highest standards set in terms of compliance and safety,’ said Jacqueline O'Donovan, managing director of O’Donovan Waste.  

‘Achieving the Mission Zero accreditation for the second year running clearly demonstrates our ongoing commitment to work at the highest standards possible, going above and beyond best practice. Our fleet operations are exemplar, and we continue to prioritize the safety of our employees, clients, and all road users as a crucial part of our business.’ 

 

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