Anglian Waste Recycling Group is pleased to announce the promotions of Ryan Marshall to Director of Waste & Recycling and Karl Endersby to Demolition Contracts Manager.
After joining Anglian in October 2022, Ryan has become a key player in the company’s sustainability efforts. Following on from studying waste management at the University of Northampton and gaining the NEBOSH National General Certificate, Ryan has had a busy career within the waste industry working for Intu, Don’t Waste and as a self-employed consultant advising companies on changes and improvements and ensuring their companies are compliant with all regulations. Ryan is extremely passionate about everything recycling and continues to impart his wealth of knowledge to our clients and the teams he leads across waste, transport, scrap metal and our facility in Attleborough.
Karl Endersby is a familiar face at Anglian Demolition & Asbestos Ltd after joining the company in January 2015 as contracts assistant and then later being promoted to estimator and senior estimator. Karl’s latest promotion sees him continuing to work closely with Operations Director Rob Eastaff and Senior Contracts Manager Andy Elvin to provide fully packaged solutions for our customers.
Lee Storer, Managing Director at Anglian Waste Recycling Group said:
“Ryan's promotion is testimony to the impact he has had on the growth of our waste division. His knowledge, experience and professional approach has propelled Anglian to being one of the most respected waste recycling companies in the Region. His promotion also gives the Anglian management structure balance, and his leadership qualities will no doubt benefit the whole company.”
“Karl has been fundamental in the growth of Anglian Demolition, with a commitment and dedication that has been unwavering. As his career has developed so has his reputation amongst his peers and clients alike, with many looking to him for his experience and guidance on some of the most complex projects. We are confident that Karl will continue to surpass our expectations in his new role and be central to Anglian’s success in 2024.”