Highly Commended BBH

What a day! We are extremely proud to have been ‘highly commended’ by the Judges for the financial award at the Building Better Healthcare awards, a project with our client Ramsay Healthcare.

The Building Better Healthcare judges highly commended us in a room of 600 people spanning across FM companies, other private healthcare organisations and public sector trusts. We were delighted to be accompanied by Ramsay Healthcare to the awards and are extremely proud of this achievement. Plus, it was a great event, most enjoyable and very well organised by the @BBHAward team!

GPT Team

GPT’s very own Amanda Hepburn, won her own award from Celebrity host Gethin Jones, a much coveted Blue Peter Badge, from the celebrity host, Gethin Jones. This was due to our overwhelming spirit and participation during the awards event J.

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Amanda sporting her Blue Peter Badge

This year, 25 awards were up for grabs across 6 categories, which meant that these were the largest Building Better Healthcare Awards so far. Celebrity host, Welsh TV presenter Gethin Jones said the judges ‘highly commended’ GPT Waste for their Total Waste Management project with Ramsay Healthcare Estates Team. During the project, GPT’s team of waste management experts made significant service improvements and changes to the waste management practices which led to substantial reductions in expenditure.

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Obligatory Gethin Jones Selfie

Since the contract began, GPT Waste reduced Ramsay Healthcare’s spend from the original benchmarked position by over £235k.

Since inception, GPT Waste’s project with Ramsay Healthcare has had a measurable impact on costs, significantly reduced spend whilst improving the quality of services. Having been tested in a working healthcare environment and delivered significant cost savings, this process could be adapted to work in other similar institutions.

Find out how your organisation could make significant savings through improved waste management, call the team on 0844 854 5000 or email us here.

 

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