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Senior Appointments at Totus Environmental

Senior Appointments at Totus Environmental

Totus Environmental, one of the UK’s leading international waste management solutions providers, has added two key senior figures to the team as the business enters its next phase of development.

Bringing over 50 years’ combined experience in the sector, Clare Noble and Chris Barnes takes up the positions of Commercial Director and Operations Director respectively.

Clare joins Totus from leading healthcare provider PHS, where she has spent thirty years across senior commercial and operational roles. She will be responsible for the Alternative Fuels, Commodities and Hazardous Waste divisions, as well as our marketing and commercial teams. 

Chris started with the business in late November and brings considerable experience, having spent over 28 years working in the hazardous waste sector with roles at Biffa, Tradebe and Veolia. He oversees the vital work of operations and compliance, as well as moving forward with a new IT project. 

Commenting on the new appointments, Andy Jones, Totus’ Managing Director said;

“I’m delighted to welcome Chris and Clare to Totus as we enter what will be an exciting time for our business.”

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