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Top FT Future 100 ranking for O’Donovan Waste Disposal

Jacqueline O'Donovan

Company recognized as one of the fastest-growing UK firms by the Financial Times 

O’DONOVAN Waste Disposal have been ranked amongst the fastest-growing UK companies that are making an impact on their respective industry, or wider society, in the Financial Times’ inaugural FT Future 100 list, compiled in partnership with data providers Statista and support from law firm Mishcon de Reya. 

Judges valued the selected companies that went beyond corporate speak and industry minimum standards, demonstrating a thought-through approach to boosting diversity and O'Donovan Waste were chosen for this as well as their positive impact via their environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies and consistent revenue growth.

Firms listed in the FT Future 100 UK have been independently researched by Statista and selected by an expert panel led by the Financial Times and Mishcon de Reya. The listed companies are all headquartered in the UK, demonstrate an initiative to help change the industry and make a positive impact on society and the environment.

Nick Davis, head of corporate at Mishcon de Reya, said: ‘We are proud to support the FT Future 100 UK, a list of some of the most exciting companies in the fast-growth space. These companies are rising to the challenges that they face in the modern business world and define their own path rather than waiting for events to shape them. We look forward to watching their progress over the coming year.’ 

Jacqueline O'Donovan, managing director at O'Donovan Waste, commented: ‘It is a huge achievement for us to be listed as an FT Future 100 UK company. We have worked hard to be at the top of our game and this recognition of our effort and passion to be the best, is fantastic as we continue to grow and the company evolves.’

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