We are thrilled to announce we have renewed our membership with Essex Chambers of Commerce, demonstrating our commitment to the local and wider community.
Essex Chambers is one of 53 regional Chambers accredited through the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), and part of a dynamic national network for thousands of UK businesses of all sizes and from all sectors.
Constantly evolving to meet the changing needs of modern commerce, they are a not-for-profit membership organisation, attracting a wide range of businesses large and small.
As a Chamber member, we have access to a wide range of resources:
- Year-round networking events and business exhibitions
- Business support and training
- Policy and representation
- Trade expert training
- Cost saving products and services
- Access to global business support
The renewal of our membership is another vital step on our path to ensuring we are providing social value to our fellow members and local businesses.
Whether we are interacting with our clients, the public or our staff, we’re always looking at how we can make meaningful connections that can deliver social and environmental benefits – it’s tied to everything we do.
This has included seed picking and tree planting in our local green spaces, working with local contractors that meet our sustainability principles, and committing to achieving carbon neutrality for our business. And our membership with Essex Chambers of Commerce allows us to provide our knowledge, skills and support to other local businesses, helping to grow the community.
Our membership with Essex Chambers of Commerce reaffirms our commitment to the local community. We hope that our membership renewal, and wider social value activities, provide our customers, fellow members, and partners the confidence and reassurance in a longstanding partnership with Zest Recycle. We look forward to continuing our journey with Essex Chambers of Commerce, including opportunities for collaboration, growth and positive impact
Tony McPartland, Managing Director, Zest Recycle