SWM Cart Parts News
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Raymond Penfold - fondly remembered and very much missed
Raymond Penfold was a family man who built an enviable business and reputation as a man of great integrity. His word was his bond even if it meant disadvantaging himself.
£750K Centre for Recycling Car Parts Opens in Bideford
SWM have long had a reputation for paying top prices for MOT failures, scrap cars and scrap metal and can now offer an extensive range of new and used car parts to meet the current economic and environmental needs without costing the earth!
£320k Investment in new Lefort Conkest 500
SWM are the first company in the UK to take receipt of a new state-of-the-art Lefort Conkest 500.
SWM awarded Pluss Employer of the Year 2016
Pluss work with over 500 employers across Plymouth. The Pluss Plymouth ‘Employer of the Year’ is designed to recognise employers achievements based on outcomes, rather than just policy and good intentions. Our winners have demonstrated flair and flexibility when it comes to employing disabled...
We are pleased to announce that our HR Manger Julie Brown has recently graduated and gained the CIPD Certificate in Human Resource Management Level 5.
The Bideford team stand proudly alongside their new recovery vehicle. Pictured: James Bayliss, Brynley Floyde and John Reeves.
SWM Sponsors North Devon Journal Community Awards
SWM has announced it will be sponsoring the Community Fundraiser category in the forthcoming North Devon Journal Awards, in recognition of the important contribution inspiring people of North Devon make.
Investment in Staff personal development
We are proud to announce that Kate Westcott has gained a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in Transport Management.
Farm Plastic Amnesty
During December 2016 SWM partnered with Mole Valley Farmers to encourage farmers to recycle their silage wrap, feed bags and other farm plastics.
Significant investment, continuous improvement
2016 has seen Leading South West independent waste recycling company SWM continue investing in its business.
Recycle Challenge Winers
Shirwell Community Primary School joined forces with SWM to help children understand what happens to their recycling.
Two groups of children twenty-six 7-11 year olds and twenty-four 4-7 year olds visited the SWM & Waste Recycling head office in Roundswell, Barnstaple.