The Environment Agency appoints Golley Slater for communications


By Ishbel Macleod, PR and social media consultant

March 19, 2013 | 1 min read

The Environment Agency has appointed Golley Slater to provide communications support for a new European-funded project.

The project is designed to improve the transfer and tracking of waste data in the UK.

Edoc, or electronic duty of care, looks to transform the existing paper-based system of waste transfer notes with a new, improved internet-based system.

Edoc programme manager, Chris Deed, said: “Over 50 million waste transfer notes a year are currently being stored in offices up and down the country. That’s a lot of paper, taking up a lot of valuable space and costing UK businesses a lot of money. We are confident that a new internet-based system will transform the collection and tracking of waste transfer data and are very excited to be rolling out edoc here in the UK.

“We were keen to find a partner agency with the right experience and credentials to support us on this project and are looking forward to working closely with the PR and advertising teams at Golley Slater’s Cardiff office to deliver the communications element of this programme.”


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