The Northern Ireland Amenity Council’s Best Kept Awards 2020 supported by George Best Belfast City Airport are now open
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Ireland’s largest indigenous support service organisation, Mount Charles, has won a four-year, catering services contract with Maynooth University in Kildare.
Newry-headquartered Re-Gen WTE Ltd, has agreed another long-term licence with Warrenpoint Harbour Authority (WPHA), to export ‘Refuse Derived Fuel’ products from Warrenpoint Port.
Cookstown-headquartered Trade Mouldings Distribution Ltd, officially opened its £10million, 76,000ft sq, state of the art showroom and distribution centre in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, last Thursday.
Following intense deliberation of over 100 entries from post primary schools across the country, the shortlist can now be revealed.
A panel of judges will review all the entries after the closing date on Friday 22nd of November and shortlist seven teams – one from each county in NI and Donegal – to go head to head in the grand finale
Re-Gen Waste, has invested £5m in the development of its existing processing facility, to produce a high specification replacement for traditional fossil fuels.
The annual Mount Charles Big School Cook Off Competition, in association with SuperValu, launched today with top chefs in NI including Ian Orr, Noel McMeel, Niall McKenna, Danni Barry, Andy Rea and Michael Deane calling for students interested in cooking, to get involved.
Leading catering and facilities management company, Mount Charles has won an £9m catering and hospitality services contract with Griffith College, Dublin.
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