Why Choose 707?
707 offers a new concept in waste management - saving corporate clients time and money and reducing negative impact on the environment by turning waste into a resource.
Matt Miles, Chairman
Chairman of 707, Matt was involved in the waste handling industry before anyone had even considered recycling, environmental management and carbon footprints, he established the 1st commercial recycling route in South England…
Maria Knowles, Operations Manager
Maria has worked in waste management for 23 years. She has worked in a range of roles including Customer Service, Sales, Account Management and Administration. Her experience varies across all waste types including the more difficult to deal with Hazardous and Clinical wastes.
Debbie Miller, Key Account Manager
Debbie has worked in Key accounts for many years and prides herself on putting the customer first,
A natural people person; Debbie has a proven track record in business development, and client relationship building.
Chris Hetherington, Customer Service Supervisor
Chris has worked for 707 for over two years now and during this time has worked in many different sections of company, from Customer service to Sales through to administration.
Sam Ball, Sales Team Leader
Sales Team Leader of 707, Sam has been involved and interested in the waste management industry for five years. He has a range of expertise and industry knowledge, starting out on the front line of the Customer Service team to working up to his current position in Sales
Chloe Marks, Contracts Negotiator
Chloe has worked for 707 since leaving school following her A levels in 2013 deciding not to go to university but to progress her career within 707. Chloe has taken on several successful challenges. Her bubbly personality is her trademark.
An experienced and passionate team determined to make a positive difference.
What makes us different?
At 707 we strive to help our clients dispose of their waste in an environmentally friendly way. We aim for a target of 0% landfill and work with our clients to recycle all the waste they possibly can.