James brings to n2s a wealth of senior management, corporate sales, supply chain and procurement experience from a career spent in industry and electronics distribution.
BT Group are working to be circular by the end of March 2030 and a circular tech and telco ecosystem by the end of March 2040.
As part of that mission, BT is rolling out new, energy-efficient, high-speed mobile and fibre networks. To ensure a sustainable transformation, BT has formed an Exchange Clearance Operation (ECO) and is working with us to remove, reuse and recycle their old legacy network.
ECO involves recovering equipment from old telephone exchanges and reducing e-waste. This year alone, n2s will support BT in extracting 200 tonnes of copper cable, generating millions of pounds from recycling and the resale of redundant network equipment.
BT Group are also taking a plunge into our innovative bioleaching process developed with Coventry University and Bioscope to extract and recover precious and critical metals from technology equipment for re-use.
We are proud to collaborate with BT Group on this project which Is working towards and promoting a circular future.
Read the full story: BT Group looks to circular networks in sustainability drive
City A.M. has featured us in this important conversation about the role of technology in creating a more sustainable future.
Andy Gomarsall is best known for his glittering rugby career that saw him play for some of the UK’s best-known clubs including Wasps, Gloucester and Harlequins and unforgettably forming part of England’s famous squad that went on to win the sport’s biggest prize at the 2003 World Cup. But after working with his dad as a 17-year-old his interest in his father’s recycling business was sparked…
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n2s join the first cohort of suppliers and sign a charter which aims to seek technological solutions to meet the UK Government’s sustainability commitments.