Firm makes key senior appointment

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Keenan Recycling is gearing up for further growth in the Central Belt after making a key senior appointment at its base in Linlithgow.

The New Deer-based company, which expanded into Central Scotland in April 2015, has named Tom Lennon as its transport and operations manager.

Mr Lennon spent nine years at waste management firm Viridor, latterly as its transport compliance manager.

His career in the transport industry has also included senior roles with MKG Foods and United Freight Distribution.

In his new role with Keenan Recycling, Mr Lennon will be managing the company’s nine vehicles in the Central Belt and will be involved in the recruitment and training of the firm’s expanding workforce.

Mr Lennon said: “My role at Keenan Recycling will involve making the routes more efficient and managing the drivers during the exciting period of growth that lies ahead.”

Keenan Recycling, which was founded in 2001, is a family business that’s grown to become Scotland’s largest food and garden waste collection company.