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New name for Cory Environmental's landfill and green energy business, as rebrand to Enovert announced
Posted 11th January 2018 | Category: Press Releases
Landfill site operator Cory Environmental Resource Management has rebranded as Enovert. The landfill, green energy, composting and anaerobic digestion business, now operating as Enovert, was sold by the Cory Environmental group in January 2017.
Posted 13th December 2017 | Category: Press Releases
Local people living in Hucclecote are invited to see improvements made to a well-loved community venue, at an open day on 16 December from 10am – 2pm.
Posted 7th August 2017 | Category: Press Releases
Bussage Village Hall has received a grant of £12,000 from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust enabling them to replace the wooden flooring.
Posted 5th June 2017 | Category: Press Releases
The Gloucestershire Environmental Trust has distributed money provided by the Landfill Communities Fund to Gloucestershire projects for the last 20 years, however, the decision to go ahead with building the Javelin Park Incinerator means that money available to the Trust from the Landfill Communities Fund will dry up next year.
Posted 17th May 2017 | Category: Press Releases
A historic Stroud community hall has a clear outlook for the future, thanks to a grant from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust.
Posted 4th May 2017 | Category: Press Releases
A grant of £5,000 from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust will contribute to the funding of an eco-loo at the Church of St John the Evangelist at Elkstone.
Posted 3rd May 2017 | Category: Press Releases
Lower Swell Village Hall has been awarded a grant of £3,847.50 by the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust for the installation of new heating and lighting systems with the work due to begin on Tuesday 23 May.
Posted 4th April 2017 | Category: Press Releases
Frocester open the new cricket season with the new pavilion standing resplendent over the ground.
Posted 3rd April 2017 | Category: Press Releases
St Mary\'s Church Lydney has received a grant of £46, 581 from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust towards the development of its community facilities.
Posted 15th March 2017 | Category: Press Releases
Llanthony Secunda Priory Trust is delighted to announce a major link with the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust which is providing Flagship Project funding of £250,000 to help the Llanthony Re-formation Project - to revitalise a site of truly unique historical importance situated right in the heart of Gloucester.
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